The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1959 · Page 10
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m,-* W.: X .M A i« e. • * ^ 'J r •»*»• ' < > -' A .; ^ 1 tr. r«>. M6t*M Thuftdoy, June 4 r Algona Girl To Visit Europe On 2 Months Trip Cleone Crawford, above, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. D. Crawford, will have a busy day Monday, May 8. "She !s scheduled to be one of 11? seniors receiving diplomas at Cornell College, Mt Vernon In morning Commencement exercises and by noon she expects to be off on the first lap o! a two months' tour of Europe. Cleone and a college fflend, Mary Lou Hintz will go to Chicago by car, to Montreal, Canada by airlines. On June 10 they will board the S. S. Arcadia of the Greek line and arrive in London June 18« With a conducted student group o£ 30 members they will visit England,'Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, Scotland and Ireland. The 1 girls-will leave the conducted tour, July 29, at London to go to South Hampton to visit Dr. ~ and Mrs John Wilson,-cousin of Cleone's father. They' will fly to Glasgow, Scotland, August ?. where they will be met by two cousins, Daniel and Peter Crawford, who will drive with«them to Edinburgh, Scotland to visit relatives. . ' August 10 ihe girls will fly directly to New York from Glasgow. Miss Hintz is the daughter of Mr and Mrs-Paul Hinte of Des Moines. Mrs Hintz, a talented pianist, has given recitals hero and,was a schoolmate of Mrs M. G. Bourne. Miss Crawford, whose major, at Cornell was elementary education, willf toacht in,.the Denver, Colorado, school system" this fall. (UDM Engraving) tie Moore wetit to AJgona Wed* nesday. They were dinner guestt at Mrs Moore's sister, Mis NewtOft Heiter, the three ladies visited several at the Algona Rest,Home, including Mrs Anna McQuaid and Mrs Edith Teeter. Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorl and Gary Gene drove up from Des Moines, Friday evening to spend the memorial weekend at the Donald Rfngsdorf and Menry RadmaRer homes. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern and Vincent Govern attended the graduation of Mary and Margie Govern, at Blue Earth, Friday evening. They attended the grad* nation of Jeah Govern, Sunday afternoon, &{ Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga and Shelly Arm. of Rockford Illinois, arrived Friday afternoon, to spend the memorial weekend with home folks. They drove to Rochester Sunday, to visit Diane Krominga, who is in the hospital there. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Trary Stone and Ricky, Mrs Mary Michaeluen and Mr and Mrs Ed Zwiefel visited at the Neal Michaelsen home Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern went to Oes Moines for Memorial Day. Mr and Mrs Leroy Phelps and boys and Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga and Shelly Ann, were Sat* urday evening visitors in the Bernard and Chas, Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Claire Moore and family of Dolliver were Sunday after* noon visitors in the PhelfiS home. Mr Levant Moore and gifls were Sunday evening guests. . Mr Henry Radmaker, Mr and Mrs Gene ,Ringsdorf and Gary were Saturday evening supper guests at the, Donald Ringsdorf nome. ' " Mr and Mrs P* W. Marlpw and family, Mr and Mrs .George Harms, of Redfield South Dakota, Mr and ,Mrs Richard BristoW and faimily ai<d Mr and Mrs Eric Seegabarlh were dinner and supper guests at the Clara MarlOw home, in Burt, Memorial pay, Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Barbara and' Mr' and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf and Gary, were picnic dinner guests at the Elza Woltz's Memorial Day, this was also in honor of Mr and Mrs Dennis Wubben, of Midland Michigan, who are visiting here. Mrs- Wubben is the former, Judy Woltz, Mr and Mrs Paul Kromirtga and Shelly Ann called at the Dwight and Stanley Ruse homes Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Arthur Hix. and family, of Sexton, were Thursday evening supper guests at the Victor Fitch home. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan and family ' and Mrs Floyd Duncan were dinner guests at the Tom Trenary home, Memorial Day. ' Mr and MAs Harold Becker went to Indianapolis, where they attended Indianapolis speedway races. They intended to be gone a w€(?k. * Mr and Mrs Harold Fitch, Joan and Allen were Sunday evening supper guests at the victor Fitch home. , Mr and Mrs Oscar Hammond and Monte and Mr aftd Mrs Walter Smith of New Hartford visited in the Chester Smith home, Sunday afternoon. OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher Espinosa of parents ot a, This is thdir Mr and Mrs Paul Mason City are the son born May 29. second son. They also have four daughters. Mrs Espinbsa is the former Mavis Holt. Mrs Hattie Daniel, mother of Loren Daniel, was taken to Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge about midnight Saturday. Dallas Toiteberg is improving at Lutheran; hospital at Fbrt Dodge after pneumonia. * Debbie Telford celebrated hfcr fifth birthday Friday, May 29. Guests: at her/ afternoon party were Patty,\ Brenda, Bonnie ahd Carrie Sue "Jacobson, Vickie King, Joy' WjBhrspann, Marsha Kinseth and Debbie's grandmother, Mrs Roy; Telford. Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer and Mr arid Mrs Paul Meyer and daughters attended graduation e'xercfces at Iowa Stale Cdlle|g at .Ames Frida^ jrnothlng. Edtaf Meyer, son of the Martin Meyefi was a member of th* eliss, •'"-* Robert Stone and Edith Filltoii were married Sunday aftefnobft at Ames. Attending • from f MKI wefe his parent*, m iftS Mit M» bert Stone and Mr and Mr* fiu* gene Struthers and daughters. Janet Stone of Des Mbinei served the wedding cake. Mr and Mrs Eugene ftrtitfrirl and family spent the Iveekerfd with her parents, M> afid Mrs" n, M. Hanson of Polk City. .Mfs Struthers class at Drake celebrait' ed its tenth ataniverfe&ry, Saldff day. The Struthers attended the" dance at Hotel Commador sponsored by,the class of.'49, '. ,i : -^ The Progressive Club met Thursday at the home of.Mtis Earl Olson, Mrs H. J. Nlel§6« had the lesson. Guests were Mr'f Marlyn Pflibsen and children' of Bode, Mrs Fred Benjamin, Mrg Henry Olson and Mrs Darrel Benjamin. ' , Those who attended graduation* exercises at Humboldt Monday evening, May 25 from hereto see Linda Enockson graduate 1 were Mr" 'and Mrs Oscaf; Owe* dahl ~ and 'Peter, MrsV-.Benhi Jacobson, Mr£ GUnda'En'Scksonf Mr and Mrs Roy Enockson, Mr and Mrs W t vG. .Cooper and Mi 1 and Mrs tionald Cooper. , »,"/; Friday* evening supper guest* at the ''Melvin Ellingsons were, Mr and Mrs' Nels Ellingson Of Forest City,, Mrs .John Sime and Burt Elimgsoft of PottTaMr The girls wfiQ Wfcft* «ni»Wb«i of the Ottosen high school class oe 1929 #i** ; &ugm&:'# lundieeh at tht h3»* | the rftetn-Hrli, ftfcff children of Mason "City and Mfst> parents. West Bend'on saty Friday. OUief* fttte: were, Mrs Hdfty Dlry boldt, M*B BettjStf* Bradgate, MrH W«M- ---• of Titonka and Mrs DorfaWt er. Mr and Mrs Miivin >W,ieT aftrf sons of Okabena, Minn, wert, Saturday overnight gfcf^Ut at the parental 'Mike Coyle home. Mr nd Mrs Donald Cooper .Went to Des Monies Thursday .ahd brought their daughter Nancy home for a two -week vacation from her duties as student tnirSe at Mercy hospital in, Des Moines. Sunday afternoon , clatters at the Carroll Olsdrts ^eYe* M>- ftttct Mrs Art Larson of Hendficks, Minn-, Mr and Mf a Oscar Kallestad of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Ivan Darrah of Enuftetibufcg and Mr and Mrs, Tort Olson and Nels Olson of West Bend. . Floyd Knutson attended. grad» tiation exercises 'at Perry H ' school Wednesday eve; Thtir|L he Went to Sheldon where K« doing construction work. <» i •• Mr and Mrs Watson Strutheri spent Sunday ,at the Dale Strii* thers home nearJVesley. ?>„ -•Mr and Mrg-Rofeer Madden '6ame Monday" from Blair; Neb and will spend the summer wl'th the Chester 'Almes and with 'his rip To Europe • • • .* ' -j.»? BTte, l Jtdme 6! their Mf Bfethte lll'Clf-tt mdnths mother Mends. Ltuc Visit and oth {a«/a two " 6erte f * and ^ ^ tl"sts»,oA Stinday in tfte'^ffit.tf'cisttstm; m Iftd"Mrs -Ed Thul in Ciafion. Johns. Reding, Donald .Red ing,' Dafttiti ,Cent|rai. Milfo^r Plathe ahd ' Rianafd^tll'i lift Thursday-for a weeliend .fishing trip totMille Lw, Minn. Mr ahd Mrs Delmer Plathe ac« companied Mr and Mrs. Burto RoOd to Mille Lac, on^ Friday f or a w trlri. ' ', - '-li 1 .:-- & c Sally; Stessman -of Barling f ,j» a-Visitor herein the h6Me ot* aunt arid uncle; Mr .and: Mrs John P. Bornifthn and family. , Leonora Hilbert,' youngest 'daughter of Mr and,Mr4T«diHil- bert underwent an'Ualpp^idicitis operation*in St^AHftv.ho^tjil in J6Hn, Altman ^ffit fjtikji "SS^MS^MW^Sfid i". Stessrnan is the soh of Mf and M|AL5o»afdJiessiMaft S*J&flfiBf: ~?eai tf Mi »'g,^*«ff^ ; ^-— M to MM WiUiaM Ewiest J,.,,GalesJ frtfm . Mfct efttertaM Cresco Chums e^fehenSistry ih'g. tte"|»evi6us'l>i*«c6ived a Bachelor.ofjScience Degree ffdm 5t N6fbeft C<5llegfe. ahd a Mftfiten »».&»&•. - •* »>A^.. '^edlogy Shd »State. ".\ assist&nt „„ - MiieeiZ^IflH Gti- den» Colorado, next Ml. They have oYi6 child, C&mille, a, iii, •f "l,U&i» Chbmi.mef at the l^Oada; 3ndlh v Shtt- __ dhriemus ^sSisWftgr" Lucille Gade and Rosemary Giseh were named ' to. ..attend ,.i4ttt# A camp; TTheresa' ThilgeS was named. to attend the convention at Ames; Rachel .McNeill joined the 'club; plaHs tfor Rally/iUayl^ere co«a- t Ifttfed^with An'h'-Snilth'i to- J hlit, %i couhty offieevrand .Madonna'' Corinne Zwiefel Honored At Tifonka Shower Portland — A miscellaneous shower was held Thursday evening, Maj;" 28, at the Methodist . church, in Titonka, in honor of Corinne Zwiefel, daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel, who will be married June'7, to Wilfred Johnson.'Over 80 gathered for the occasion. Mrs Victor Fitch was in . charge of the program. A song, for'the bride-to-be, composed by Mrs Lawrence Govern, was sung to the' tune of, "Old Black Joe". Mrs Max Goldman gave a very interesting talk. The bride-to-be opened her many beautiful and useful gifts,, assisted by Lennic<? Bilsborough and Barbara Ringsdorf. Vickie Schrader, Nita Moore and Janice Larsen, passed the . presents. • Mrs Virgil Schrader was in charge of the guest book. Mrs Max Goldman poured. Host. esses were Mesdames, Virgil Schvader, Lewis Larsen, Bernard' Phelps, Theo. Rike, Herman Harms, Hazel Carroll, Lloyd Bartlett, Glen Larsen, W. J. Stew- ,,art, Donald, Ringsdorf, Herbert , ^Nelson, Minnie Larsen, Lawrence "Govern, Victor Fitch and Leona 1 Haase. '. , Rev, and . Mrs Max Goldman and' family and Rev, Goldman's . '. mother, Mrs Dovie Goldman were \ ^ Sunday afternoon visitors at the ;" .Howard Sparks home. Rev. and • 'Mi's Goldman will take his mother •''•Y$D ManHato, Monday, where she ', will catch a train, to return home •'• ; after three weeks visit here. About" 15'relatives and friends gathered at the'Donald Ringsdorf ,, : home, Tuesday evening, after - commencement, in honor of Bar" bara Ringsdorf, who was a grad* Fri., - June 5 Andy Doll And The Ridge Riders • Sal., • June 6- • Henry Charles ___AndJHis_Orcheslra "Sun., - June"?"— 9 Young Adults Modern Swing Bob-O-Links ADM $1.00 Steering Tires Horn Glass Tues., - June 9 — 8 to 11 Teen Dance The Convertibles 3^y?\5LZ*£^J?*y5— Coming June 18 Paul Neighbors And His Famous Orch. Mr-and Mrs Howard Sparks Jim-wev§ Tuesday evening guests p.t the My,fwin Pimum home, rafter commencement, in |jonor/af MaryjLou Dimond, graduate, ' ' and PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA FRIDAY, MAY 29 Hard times Dance Come as you are XDrlie Workman SUNDAY, MAY 31 Clem Brau SUNDAY, JUNE 7 - Don Hoy SUNDAY, JUNE 14 Ray Lewis SUNDAY, JUNE 21 Henry Charles No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Above is pictured the emblem you Will receive for your car when it is checked and found in satisfactory condition. It is a reminder to your friends and neighbors that you have done your . part to curb' accidents in Iowa. You will be proud to display it. Exhaust System i j ' f . * i . i ' . , •' 1 > v ' ^' Wipers Have These 1Q f^o|nts Checked A t Your Favorite Algona Garage! i , 'O_ ^ ' "' /i ^«^^ - 1 ' <.* . , -* f { ^lm&r RUPTURED? I^mpn*}r?4ion-wni be given by the Well-Known 'Expert " — HOTEL A.LOQNA ^ WE» . to 12. pve? 80 ye«s of *xperience rateful customers 49 prove jfc Hoff. 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So be safe! x , , , SPARE A FEW MINUTES TO f SPARE YOUR LIFE! t .'•"*'' This Ad Sponsored ^ / 'r " 4 ''J • A\ . ,- * ; The Auto Bureau of the

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