The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1959 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 4, 1959
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'V* Jon« 4, .uVerne I.S.C. Grad To t •, * r * J Join Zenith Radio Corp. .._ and Mrs Elmer and 3Qale, Mr and Ml* Kubly attended Com* ....ant exercises ,ai Iowa College, Ames bn Friday, . May 2S/fteitn E. Kubty iheir .son. Brolhfer and grandson received his Bachelor of Science degree in Sl&ctrscal Kngineeringi Keith-has aefceple'd a position with thfe Zen- ith^ttadio Corporation in Chicago goes to his new assign- June 15. __Jial New* William "Sport" Stoddard ha? b&sh released flfom the Lutheran ttal t Fort Dodge whete he a heart patient several days, nflie, twelve year old son of 'and Mrs Andie Ramaeker underwent an aptj^deetorny, at* Fort Bodge Mercy hospital. May 21 A - •-• - • T he- is, still . , receiving tried icauon and soon hepss to be home. ' Mr and Mrs Gilbert Rowen, Faith Ann, and Larry ,of- Garner attended-the, class day exercises ofLthe LuVerne school May 29. Tttey wer^auests in the Ray Ag a*rw£_ P '£'. arduhome in honor of their daughter, Linda Ray With the, class of M'eighth grade. r -» Mr and, Mrs, Cal^Bes&mer of Gaidar Falls weretMemqrliul weekend visitors With hfcr |jeurents Mi- Mrs John Bockes.t and Mrs Dwigflt, Savage Danny of Council! Blufts e Friday for the holid&y'week- enti with her parents Mfc.and Mrs Lawrence Miller- and Billy and . -sister, the Bill Wickett family.» ; .Mr and Mrs 'Earl Johns and children were 4 'Memorial weekend Visitors with hi£ mother Mrs* Amelia- Johns at Brut ' T "Memorial Day visitors in, the Dean Bowman* home .,were his £is"ter Velma, Mr and Mrs Frank- .Burgess of'IRodmanm.j," . s •"Mr and', Mrs i Jerry, Stille -and' 1 B&bara' attended,'fc picnic, Satur^lay in'>the*Klemme, town>park * ofl.Jerry's families. " ' ,,'- Bearl- Jones * and. S^andra Crew , of f'iAy rshire" were " Friday guests in^the home of friends, -Mi\ and ' -'lyirV B. E. Martin. •"^Visitors in^LuVerne Monday, ^ c'SUing on 'friends- were IMr and ' • f !Mrs> Claire Champine of Spirit •"" *'La1ke. They wereytormer'.teachers • - oritthej^faculty^Qftfthe 1 LuVerne ' community.}school.';,'' , Mr and-Mrsl-Bryce' A. Wickett - ''and Johnny have-gone> to their • summer cottage near Hackensack, . * Mintf. Their 1 son-Mr- and-'Mrs-Bill , -Wickett and Steve joined' them ' .fotsUhe holidays-weekend. :" «: 'Mr and' Mrs'Melvia Marty and '' "'boss caiiedv'Sunda'y?afternoon^ oh * .hisigrandmother'Mr^iBarba'ra El mer and daughters in Renwick. •' \ • Fred Baumgartner and his sis* ten Mrs Mihhie/.Dickie^, off Mason Wermer of FairmonU Mr and Mrs trvift Barrett and Charles o! Slay-, ton, Minn., Mr and Mrs Lawrence Stripling, Sharon and Carl ot Es- htefville, Mrs Kenneth ttiley and Barold of Colorado Falls, Mon* tana. Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly entertained guests for Sunday dinner- in honor of Mrs Emma Hoepner, Omaha, Neb., and Airs Bettha Paling of Lancaster, Cpltf.^Tney were Mr and Mrs LaXvrence Oberhelman family aiia Mr and Edwin Marty, f \ Weekend visitor in the parental Mllo Patterson horrio was* 'Patti Patterson oiDes Moines. Mr and Mrs Martin Larsoh of. Webster City were Memorial Da; visitors with her sisters Mrs Chri stina Nielson and Mr and Mrs Eli er. _._r and Mrs Lee H. Lichty of Chicago, were Memorial weekend guests of his brothers the Phil and Harry LicKty families, his «is- ter Mks Grace* Lichty and' the Adam and James Zwcifel families, brothers of Mrs Lichty. Memorial Day-guests in the Mr and Mrs Phil C. Lichty homd 'Were her daughter. Florence^ Mr and Mm Wayne Darnberger of Sioux Fall, S. Dak. Born to, Mr & Mrs Walter Schmeling oft, Thursday, May , '29',, 1959, an tten poUnd, two ounce, daughter Diane Marie at a Pocahontas hospital.* Mrs Schmelihg, ; Cifer sp the former Carol Heni-y Blftck, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs 1 Arthur Henry, Pocahontas, Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston, 'Lu- Verne are the maternal great grandparents. > Mr and 1 Mrs Harlan Helm and girls have arrived from Aurelia for the summer months. Mr Helm taught in the school there 1he past{two years. Mrs-Helm will'M at the home of her parents Mr apd Mrs? Albert Heftl Haclan will be employed at the Livermore elevator. '' "• '.' ' 1 Mr and Mrs Leslie Pechumcr spent Wednesday to^Sunday;on--a fishing tr,ip. -to Steamboat Lake, Minn, " '"• Mrs Laura Meyers went Friday to Atticia to bring her sister-in- law Mrs EUnice Meyer here for a- few day.s^' Mrs Meyer teacher at Atticia" will attend • surpmer school at Drake University, Des Moines. ' > ,. • , v>'' • '"" .Visitors, Sunday in the, Albert Schneider '-home were., his niece the DelmerfB^ankenhageri family nf Fort'Dodge'.' M^-s Eleanora Eustace,-, mothers of Mrs ijBlankenhag- en,-. accompanied them' ifor. 'a ' few days visit, Callers Sunday afternoon in 5 and Mrs Scott Brintoh worth. w&eJVIr. and* Mrs of |tadQliffe,''Mt wuiui. "•••: r . Mrs Albert Schneider and Gerry' Gregory tbok her daughter Janelie,' IJuesday to> the ,Walthei Wfc ... ,-. r .,- . , League, camp - at Lake Okobpji '•"Mr and"'Mrs?,Melvin, Marty and .where v she"-has -employment for rbSy's visited' Saturday with her the summer. ; parents Mr and Mrs.Willlam Hart• ^'thVLuthei-an hospital to visit Mr -5-;H|irtwig, a .medicaUpatient.,,.., • ,\" - jftr-and Mrs Henry', J. Studer, -' ^ soil's, Mr and Mrs" Duwane-Studer '*; -and son, Dick Studer and girl '•"'frighd of 'Rock Island; HI:, were ' Memorial weekend visitors with, "t&tives^here and. their, mothers fs Helena Studer at .Corwith and *. ««.^^ -A_J „ at > West el w^, , .-r6jni,^g. w \y^iiiam k Schjpull, resi- ^VdSce $ me north part of'town. -'•••^Memorial weekend guests in Mr; 'and Mrs, Wilsont JDegler .e were her .sister Mr and Mrs yd King^Le^ingtpji, Neb. [att?- ,MaRty/frf •'«[&* ce l^a.ojr ...._j,i * ..i- ^--ji-ap-ivted torvisi •O;,'William A., Try J#arty"i8milies, sister Em"' Marty.. ;'and K brother Adam ,.-- - and'Mrs Henry Kubly en- dinner Jerry Patterson and Kichard' 5rause- - -were holiday, weekend' visitors with their parents , the Milo -Patterson and Clarence- Kl-ause families; Jerry and Rich-, ard are stationed at Chanute Air Field Base in Illinois. •' Mrs Marie Stoddard" visited Saturday to Tuesday with her son the Lloyd Stoddard family in Fort Dodge. She had > her routine check-up; with her doctor. • Memorial Day dinner guests in the, Mr? and/Mrs Fred, Kruse home wer,e> the^it daughter- Betty, Mr and Mrs John Bohan and. boys of Humboldt and! son, Mr-and Mrs Donald Kruse. MR and»Mrs Lee Catalano and children of Hillside, 111.,, are visiting her parents Mr and,-Mrs John' Hanson. Weekend guests and visitors in the Fred Baumgartner home were his sister Mrs Minnie Dickie 'of'Mason'City? his niece Mrs Clara Neitzel of Des Moines, her son iMr and Mrs Kenneth Neitzel and daughter of Fort Dodge, A picnic dinper honored the visitors. ipner Irtha They Lawrjerice Ob Mi-fjand Mrs ^.,, , visitor m the parental Des Moines,, Roland Jirtttag,'iof .Friday . ** Day-ysjtQrs- NOTICE OF, PROBATE OF WILL State; of Iowa ' ss. In-District Court Kossuth. County No, 7673. March Term, 1959 TO ALti.WHOnTIT MAY CONCERN: « YOU A&B 'HEREBY NOTIFIED, That ru instrument of writing purporting to e the last Will and' Testament of Arthur A.'" Meyer, Deceased, dated August 30, 1084, having been this day tied, opened, and. read, Monday the 5th day of June, 1058, is fixed for leaping proof .of same, at the Court louse in Algona, . Iowa, before the district Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A-M-. of the day above mentioned all >ersons interested ara> hereby notified ana; required to appear, and show pause, if any they nave, why instrument should not be probated ond allowed as, and for the last Will ancfc Testament of said deceased. Dated • at Ajgona, Iowa, June 4959, ::Alma Pearson 'Clerk of the Plstriqt CPW.t, J. ». Lowe, Attorney Alcona, Iowa " ,-.*'« (88J -. j,»l9TJlCt OP ' ss. F Wit* >, •" in Distriot 7575 March Term. 1950 MA-V 1 CONCERN: ..„., ;NQTIFJEP. That of writing purporting lie .the-last .WiU and Testament oJ <•' Sim.fispn, Deceased, , datec ving been this day GONE THE BOSS 25 Extra Green Stamps CUDAHY'S SLICED 1HICK SHOD STICKS EACH 5-IB. 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