The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1959 · Page 4
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&>*£ ki*< n>> • ~* V* ' . .'•^ -^ II, ,V.t te*% V. ,-, ' r •* > .,•"„>*''* ,.' •* •VrfSTftJ'?' t I v-,i>T«r?s'7rv ,« * Algona Band Set For Sheridan Rodeo ^ 9t& f, * t* ^JJ . 1. . V% ',.'._• -, W »i;/ t *tf«*. *H» ^"-i5 rf 4—Algona (la.) Upper De* Moihei Thursday, May 28, 1959 jai/* & A family dinner was given Sun*flay by Mr anH-Mis Robert Drey-, *lr in celebration ;j of thfe ninth Jbirthday^ of their son Michael. Si Mrs H6s6 Ahderton Was visit- irfed Sunday by ' her son and daughter-in-law, T \M^ and Mrs Hol- *ijian Anderson; of Clarion., ife Mr and Mrs John Claude are tarivingio Sioux 'City Sunday to |visit Mrs Claude's mother and iMr Claudefsr iather;. v." /' • l V •"* ££'Mrs JotofSabifrywas.&t Iowa trails three* days lastfweek Visit* |ing her son-in-law and daughter, "" and Mrs Harold Camjmey. ': Mrs Emma Crouch and Mrs J. Bradley-spent Friday at Hum* )ldt with the latter's daughter,, Sfrances Bradley. «•» Mr and Mrs Tom Buschfet.; ^purchased the Harry Cutler'J 5at 1005 'East State street. Th'f 2*Cutlers are building a home^on JNorth Thorington street. 4? Mr and Mrs Jerry Hobbs aiid flittle daughter Julie are expected f Friday, £ fronv,, f Om'aha, and will i&pend' the weekend at Irvington *'with ,-the parents, (f iMr and Mrs oVbodrow Johnson •and, here with IMrs Eva 'Deim and Mary Bieser. fc 'Mm 'Eldon Moore and Mrs August • Schmidt and 'children Linda and'Lynn spent Sunday'at Winnebago with Mr and Mrs Leslie Marks. Mr'and Mrs Frank Vera were visited '& 'week 'ago Sunday by Mr and Mrs Marion Butsbank of Mason "City,' The Veras'drove to the Okobojis this week Sunday. Herbert Deal of Fort Dodge, his mother, ;Mrs Celia.Deal and Don DealfSpent Sunday at -the Oko- bojis; geftlftg the Cottage 'ready- fbr/swnmec? occupancy >;aiid also dOiiig'Some fishing. ' M * Mr and Mrs, Glen McMurray of Glendale, 'Calif., former residents here, are visiting the " latter's -"-*— ZHtritseh-'and Mr and Mrs Glen Culberlson will have as weekend guests thu latter's brother-in-law -and sister of St. Paul, Minn. , They- will also visit Mr and Mrs RobSrt thdmpsoh and Mr-and-Mi'S Rott and Thompson.,* ' ,' *„ • Mr and Mrs Louis Ego! entfe*- tained members of the family after the Baccalaureate services Sunday evening for-their daughter Sharon who is in'the ,grad-'< uating class. " - ', Alan Holt won the Ame'rican Legion eighth grade American history laward of $10 and presentation was made Monday morning. Alan is a son of Mr and Mrs-E., M. -Hp,lt. <• , , Mr and Mrs Beit JMtickey, present at Graettinger witb*her brother-in-law 'afidMster, Mi afte| Mrs Bob Simonserf. '" Mrs Sim6n^ sen is improvingisff omt -a »recent sfckhess. -> ; , ;\\l«WMiiil i '|l < Mrs Lloyd Sielilmanactftrripan' ied 'het'^ ftiedfe "and ^USfeanti,' Mf >d, Mrs WIllariiSSaTigfe^ftb- Chicago; Sunaay4'M'-^nr visit her son and da'ughter-iri-law^ Mr ' •***-$?;** VS*r-tfV&$ 46* {*<'"• -^f^ft •Hill VIM ••MBilio , ,_ lays $500 On O.M.V J. Col) 1 'A Miff01-4 ,was fined $500_ and ^itiei Court at, ""M eu»Hy fort wieottd offetifer JtJ Stlllmaii presided. . , , Espe was arrested het<* dtifift the weekend bi 'id was 'boiuid "SveFWdlsWftf ;ourt by Mayo* G t C, Shlertt tag aken to Spencer by Cotttity At* orney Gordon Winkel .'< t' Oscar Espe» Joltei 111« brmhet rf Elmer, and Harm Bailey, ml lord, both p^s"settgetS v lfl ElmetV tuto at the time of his arrest, •vdre findd $25, and cos^t* for ihtbx- ctition by'Shierk. ThSrfmeS'Weffc suspended,.., , Gemie Mafkley, -Fort Dtidge, oaid $10 artd 'costs, drinking beer on the highway { Harold Elliott^ Webster City, paid $5 and edsts» itop sign; Elbert Fox, Algorta, iaid $5 and costs, no Valid driver's license!" and Otto, Laabs, Algona, paid '$5 and eogts, paMrf| at an intersection,'in other may- Of *£$ cdtirt Cases, and Mrs Don Steinman. Mr,and, •Mrs Salisbury hadJi-spent ]ihe weekend here wit$feMra r salis-, 'bUry's mother ana> x DWner^ Mrs Tillie Steinman and Willie. ,Mrs Leota Halpin^has returned from Denver, where, she.spent tour months with**'heir so" 1 '•" "*"" vua» e dHrlltens'ertj CedarRapldK Ma»y-Gehrkh, Ruth 1 Itttieger, Me and Mrs Ed Blanehard. **• m . Mr and Mrs 'Paul Bernhatd' en* .eriained \everal guests Stindffl honotingftheir 'daughter^ Joan^ ..Mr aind Mfs 6rtwih 'tiefcij.vif^ ;ted,iri the Teddy "Bierstedt hbmH ''ih'*wllittem6i*e Sunday afternoon, Mr and Mrs Roy Chrischllles viS^ ited; itt th% Ortwin Tiete home, -Mfeiar libtts'Creek Sunday eveningj , Mr and Mrs James , Marlow, were visitors Sunday evening Ih the Bob and Dell MarloW honie;| Mr and Mrs Ed'Ha'uptmah' 1 bf Wayne Keith Ch. . Sutoda^aiues'ta M * -.i4J" J ,ti1t t il4i-'>f4^- t A *tft appointed chairman of the Iowa Farm Bureau resolutions* committee for 18S9, according • to E. Howard iHill, IFBF pfesiderit. • Nine county farrri Bureau leaders — one from each iFarrri Bureau , district —' have been ap- ave juuuieiyvmis -iviuiy ijjii.iiisi.ii aiiu 'b'thef .feia'tives:\ They are - en-^' Ljf ^^^'.yttrk City. \ 'Mfs John Dution fcguests, Mrs Harold "l»''Christine Vennbr of mother. and Brooks whose „. . .. *Jeiry Dutton. will pTa<?e'"'Sun'day in the^Con- •gregational jphureh. , The guests w]ll be in the States about a .mon(Jir?TfieI couple t will make 'their home in Des Moines where Jerry attends Drake University, visited a, week'ago Sundfiy,by their son*ih-law arid' "daughter, Mr and Mrs Jerry, Allis attd daughter .Sherrie Sue of Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs Larry Ward came from her home at Wichita, Kan., and took her aunt, / Chris Wernet back to the BishOp'Dr'umm home a^Des Moines • Where she now' resides. Miss Werner t, had been, visiting Mrs Alice Wernert ' and '-friends here. < '••'•:. Mr-and'' ; MrS 'Oliver' Carlson went to Lynn Grove, Tuesday, to attend thp graduation of the former's' brother, Larry .Carlson, from high* ; 4 school. Mr and''Mrs ,Merle, T Chamberlain are', ' being ,' visfted'' by t; Mrs" Chamberlain's brobher-inrlaw and' sister, Mr and Mrs Maynard Guderian of Phoenijt, Ariz. Dr., LykT Ellis, has returned to Hartford,, Conn., having accomy panied his wife here a few-days .ago. Mrs Ellis will .spend the summer here with he| jfister, Mrs T?f!inV -tfnVilhnflfi.H "'* * *' VA I and daughter, Mr.eand',M rs '!X an k Wiggs. She hasl4als'o' ; ; b'eeti at' OttumWa caring*fw ilfer- brbHher, day 'evening in-West Berid,'* Mr and Mrs'Robert"«a.ttjia ant family 'wete 1 &unaky^visitors itf Ml* and 'Mrs Ray'^pono'4an""df- Bellingham, "Wash", 1 w"ere Monday", -gues'ts ift thfe Nev&; TKdmpsSrf- Silver Anniversary 5V. *:: r* >.' W-.' ';'»* VJM ^ *> jt_ American... go, go, go in iyS:KEDETTE .'.,„-'*'• The wash-and-wear- eybrVwhere casuals ,..!*>,• .!> \ / Frank Mrs Eva Deim and her sister, Mary Bieser accompanied their nepheV" and wife, Mr and Mrs Harold •Hornbu'ckle of Waterloo to Spencer, Sunday, to spend the day. •Mr and 'Mrs % Harry Cutler'were recently, visited • by, .the Setter's parents and brother-in-law and Sister, Mr and Mrs 'C. T. Wilson of-Storm..Lake and Mr and Mrs- v\(nlter''O'Cohnor o"f >S5oux 'Rapids. 1 ^ Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman at-1 tended a Dental Study club at the Okobojis Saturday. Dr. T. A. Thoreson-of St. , Paul was'lec- ,turer. > Mrs Mavis Anderson, office nurse for Dr. Hoffman, ac- f cortipanied them.;" Mr -and JMrs William Drayton have" returned from a ^five'months visit in Inglewood, Calif.' They also spent seven weeks"at Deming, New Mex., with Mrs Nellie Galbraith, fo'rmer resident here. They were also at Page, Ariz. Mr and Mrs Elaine Nelson are visiting friends in Kansas City. The daughter Lori is staying here with the grandparents, Mr 4 and Mrs Frank Sterling, -The Nelsons re here on vacation, from Aruba, he- Netherlands' Antilles. Mrs Vaughn Brbwn gave r. arty Saturday afternoon in cele- Wyat't Walker, ._ Vi -_ ._-,, lowing major surgery > and"com- •plications, , Mrs-.Walk,er > s;wife J Js the former Zola t 'McCaw and both are former KossMH Residents'. Mrs Halpin was alsp^at Arikeny for a time with 1 her £o'ri-in~latw'. an'd daughter, Mi: and Mrs Bob Kuhn.. Mr and'Mrs Louis .Schumacher had as their guests, in h'ohor' 4 of .tKeir daughter Judy's' graduation •from" St. Cecelia's , Academy, ,Mf and Mrs Joe Sheppard and fam^ ily, Omaha,-- Neb., 5 Mr and Mrs Louie Elber't, Pdqahbntas, Nancy Summers,, Des t"Moines, Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanson and familyi, Iowa City,, Mr and, Mrs Mr J,. Wagner, Wesley, Mrs R'os'a" S5ftU T macher, Mr and Mrs R&lpji" Schumacher 1 and family, Mr. and Mrs Leo Walters, Mr and Mrs Dick Vaughn, Whittemore, Mr 'and-lMi'S 1 Earl Sheppard, Mr and Mrs Duane •"***** a^ *Uf\ J- i * %' t A • A 'X*< t^trhtfr ^BJ CV« Av\T\tlT*/H ^ Q *»^•*Wl^*» ' ilwl** if «^ nm. ^Mrs WilllJm •ters, PauliRe ,. and Walter Turchin, all of Algona;. The son Merlin; "t^s Moires,-,' home for the'occasion arid ol callers included Mr,, and^Mrs ^E ron Caldweli; -Gf^yMaklf 111.' « "- -i'iv , nn Services May 22 Meyer > pUGE^ H. HllVfcHlNS/ SEC^TfeEAS./ '(PRE^ERAbl-Y'MOfiDAVS Oft r ,,Tilonlia -=- Funeral services Were'held Friday, May 22, at ,1:30 p.m., at <th*e;, Ramsey Reformed church-fOr'Ben H. Meyer, 87, who passed awa'y last week "Wednesday, morning at the Maple Leaf Rest"'Home,j in Burt. Services wore "'m charge of Rev. Wm Ki'oon.' */ s \ Burfal^wSs in the Meyer cemetery in 'German township. • Ben H". Meyer was- born July, 21, 1871 and reached the age of 87 years. He .lived most of his life on a farm 'north of Titonka. About 10 years ago he and his wife retired and moved to town., Besides his wife Tena \}Q leaves' three sons:'Dick of Algona, BerT of Buffalo'Center and Wesley of Elmore; two daughters: Mrs Harm (Tena) Kettwick of .Ti-- tonka, and (Delia) Mrs John Rip- Mr and' Mrs Matt Weydert will observe the twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage' with open house from 2 to 5, b'clockj- Sunday afternoon, May, 31. All,friends and relatives are invited to attend. Mr and Mrs Weydert's children ar^e Mrs Clarence (Mary Ann)' Golwitzei 1 , Irvington, -Mrs -John (Theresa)' Golwitzer, Algona, Mr^ John (Susan) Thul, Cedar Rapids and Be'rfia'rd, Darlerie'and Helen, at home. i .'. . , • ; with tK^sie Inseparable r •; Separates ! * •. ~ '-•' 'i" ( - ^'"'' '•<» from v mbrhihg till © Blouses Y 7 ) v © Sweaters ®' Bermudas rf * " ©Slacks © Skirts t ' > © Dresses •'- . Juniors / ' r «.' • •.*'*'"* -f , Paradise for Sportswear ELVA & JESSIE'S The Little Shop On The Side Street -' ' '- -,-~fl KK&&..; e - -•••'•.j'-r'-'i, -• f*v -y v "V"' •>y^^ TiT ~y*% '**!*'%,' "*~"v*'W*y ~*vf ***" ^ft^~*f""^ i>"**-• yation of the birthdays of her Children Jeffrey 4, whose birth late is May 24, Steven, 3, whose inhiversary is May 26, and SJndy, 2, May 18. Mr and Mrs Edwin Chizek, Mayme and Warren drove ,to Garner Sunday and visited the sarents, Mr and Mrs Albart Dhizek. From there they went ;o Forest City to see Mrs Chizek's ;randmother. Mr and Mrs Bob Donovan of Rock Valley are parents of a son born May 15 at Sioux Center. He has been named Steven Robert. There is a daughter Sue Ann, nineteen months old. Bob has been teaching in Rock Valley and pjans to attend summer school atXVermillion, S. D. Mrs Imelda Engesser and son Dan were at Elmore Sunday and attended the birthday dinner given for Margaret Powers, daughter of Mr and Mrs Steve Pow- frs Jr., close friends of Mrs Engesser.- Enroute home they stopped in Bancroft to call on Mr ana Mrs I- M. Engesser. Mr and Mrs WnHam Dau Sr. and Mrs Elizabeth Helmke spent Wednesday in Des Moines. whe,re Mr Dau attended a meeting of auto dealers. Mr and Mrs Dau are expecting the latter's sister and son, Mrs Alma Sorensen of " ,|nut and Robert Sorensen of " 111,, -as weekend guests^ -- & q, Po?|er,hayr pentrop'of Buffalo Center 'and 12 grandchildren, 2' step grandchildren and- 16 great grandchildren. Infant Son Dies Fsnton — The infant son of Mr and Mrs Darryl Householder of Lone Rock died Monday at 1 p.m. at the Holy Family hospital. The infant weighed only 2 Viz Ibs, at birth, May 15, and had been in the cincubator since" that time, Mr and Mrs Fred Mortenscn of Fenton- are the maternal grandparents. * Phone CYpre*s HOSPITALS May 19 — Earl Toothmari, Buvt, medical. May 20 — Mrs Arthur Van Ziu- den, Algona, boy, 6-12 3 /4; Maude Blake, Algona, accident. May 21 — Kenneth Schrauth. Bancroft, m - edicaU«''H. P. Mertz, pttosen, medjeali- " May 22 -r Mra EHon Wood, Al- gona.'boy.iT-ey^f Marj* Reding- Irvington, tonsillectomy; Jean Reding, Irvjngton, tonsillectomy; Theresa Beaumont, Algona, tonsillectomy; F. W, JBaum, Lakota. DIAMOND' Kerosene Hurricane Lantern $1.49 Down-Filled Steeping Bag " Govf. Cost $50,00 — Special $7.99, :i . Air " Mattresses $2.99 5 • Piece Cook Kit $1.88 May 33 — Mis A}|ona,, boy,- 6* "Priyer, _Algon'a i ?.' ( Pqrtei' of grandwther, - Mr ft ,£&& W$ ,Qnaw»» who An L daughter, nee Gladys ville, Idaho. Strand, of Grange- Struu4 is> at Orval Joseph, Mj; , Mrs Addie mgcjical; Mrs jjpha} boy, 845. ,May 24 —' Mfs Qljye Tliottipson, 'Burl, medical; ^Ichayd Johnson, •May 25 W- Mm 4 A"ntpjnet|e ha, ,We§ley* Algona. Jame? i , A cautiQus <n>an4ft 'one who i fuses to say he thinks it'll rain for ftar inifi*nfrl wvfen«e w411 him as a weather forecaster. Minneapolis Tribune. Wool Blankets Peg. $$,9§ — NOW $4,99 Waterproof Pup Tents •As Low As $5.99 . Camp Cots • Reg. S&.95 —, NOW $5,95 Coast Guard .Approved Children's $3,99 Adults $4.99 . Pillows — As Low As $1.49 j| .tfNSSSfai , $1*99; '••-. A^AJ**!** ,:*v f $.3.99 tlNi OrWlHTS ON HAND}

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