The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1959 · Page 12
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V! si's,, T^f* 1 fefif^fff* Kfel f*t& ; --. {• '' m r •' 2 v-iv .1 ,V» ^ J Trtunday, Junft 11, 1959 Kin Of LuVerne In Explosion Mr and Mrs Edwin Marly, .hfer parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly visited Saturday in the ho*ne of the Judean Welthas at Randall, „ They went to assist whih they Ifeaffled of the explosiofi pf the gas .'water heater that later to&k the life Of Robert Weltha, brother 6f Judean, Mrs "Judean Weltha is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Maf iy, Campbell Reunion A reunion of the late Mr and Mrs George Campbell was hold May Sir at the home of a daughter, Mr 'and Mrs Percy Brink with '25 attending. . Reunion At Brinks At the Allyn Brink farm home west of Lu Verne, Sunday l a re- TOM'S Televiews mibn ot the family of her fathef, Van Hahsen was held with t3' in lcnaaAcc. Officers re-elected were Mfs Tom Young, president, Mrs tJSfnilla Cooper, sci-rt-tary treasurer, both ot Titonka, » ice, M# and Mis Leftoy Lev and family of Bakerstteld, Calif came from farthest distance. Several Hospitalized Kenry J. Hinz was taken bj ambulance late Saturday to St Ann hospital, Algona. Mrs Dora Ramus was admitted to Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Thursday for observation and Pool Jammed 6n Opening Mrs Roy Guy entered Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, for medicai attention. Jennie Ramaeker, 12, son ot Mr and Mrs Andie Ramaeker. has returned from Mercy hospital, Fdrt Dodge, where he underwent an appendectomy. Club Tour The LuVerne Eager Beavers held their annual 4-H Club tour June 8. The tour started at the farm home of Jim Behnkendorf near, Bode at 9 a.m., where Dean Barnes, county extension director, joined the group. Farms visited next were Harold Rusher, Gordon Gregory, Richard Bris- tbw, Francis Shorey and Jame:i Schade. The boys were given pointers on the care of their calves and pigs. Judith Naffzigcr, LeOta Ann Voss and Shirleen Schnetzer and leader Mrs Harry Naffziger of the LuVerne Live Wires attended Rally Day, June 6 at Swea City. Mrs James Schade, Mariann and Eugene attended the wedding of their nephew and cousin. Paul Currans Saturday morning at Graettinger. Mariann. Schade starts to work at Fort Dodge June 15. Van Hansen went to Buft Sunday evening and attended the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary honoring Mr and Mrs Dean Andrews. ' Mr and Mrs Thomas McNeilly and children .of Houston,' Texas arrived Saturday to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll Sgt. and'Mrs. Dale Bra'ynard and son Collin of Chicago Jiave concluded a visit with his- parents, Mr and Mrs Glen Braynard and' her" father and sister, Van" Hansen and Allyn Brink family. His sister, Annette ' Braynard, .student at Iowa State College, -Ames;-accompanied ; therm,-home, where she 'lias employment .for the summer, Emmet Jergensen of Springfield, Mass, visited his parents, Mr and fylrs Jess Jergensen and other relatives Friday to Monday. Kerry Bierma ,of, Salina, Kan. . arrived Thursday and will, visit cj> .an interest,'in the*.5 io^6 in. the homes'of his uncles," tha p.m. kiddies', programs, and" 'ypirWBBroId- and James Trauger fa'm- won't have, to send out a search ilies. \ f ' Mrs Mary, Shultz is now improving a;fter toeing ill the past Friday, June 5, proved io be just what the do;tor ordered in ihe way of weather for th& opening of the Algona swimming pool. A huge Crowd of ch.ldrdn, teenagers and adults crowded into the water for a splashing good time. . "i, ...,,' ' A portion of the crowd can be seen in the watsr and on the cement area surrounding the pool in the above photo, which was snapped during the busiest tlrrie'of day. -It might not have been 'a record- breaking first day, attendance-wise, but it came vary close. , The pool will be open seven days a v»eek fro ti -now until the end of summer from 2 to 9 p.m. daily. Pool manager is Howie Stephensori, Algofta K'gh school basketball coach. (UDM Nc s wsfoto-En- graving). ' ....',..,* tj'm Tom Rich, owner of TOM'S RADIO _&-/TV, I'll be coming your way each *Week with - tips and ' •' prHovwr KUDM (thafs Keys 7'_ upper Des* Moines). If you're interested in science, be sure to watch "Playhouse 90" oh KGLO Channel 3 * tonight (Thursday) . . . Lee J. Gobb and a<<> wonderful cast, will present "Project Immortality." as scientists try to pattern a machine after the mind of a brilliant co- Safety Tip of the Week: since ws've been having serve'ral thunder storms during i the past few, weeks . . . unplug your set before you go to bed or leave home., 'jEven though it is summer, and the youngsters are outside mosl of the time, help them to devel- and children returned -with them/ Douglas, six year old son of Lfcwis V. Block underwent a tonsillectomy Friday at St. Ann hospital, Algona. He 1 is convalescing at the home of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Max Block. The reunion of the children oi Ihe late Mr and Mrs Enril And- urson was held in the town hall Sunday. A get-acquainted party honored Mr and Mrs Orville Hansen and family, new members of the LuVerne community Sunday noon when the neighbors came with a picnic dinner. Families attending were the John Bor- manns, L. W. Bomianns, Marvin Rcdings, William Ferstals and the Ralph Kennes. The,afternoon was spent playing baseball and visiting. Mr and- Mrs Walter Schmeling and baby • of Cylinder were Sunday guests in the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs George' A. Eggleston. ' Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston left, June 10 for Spring Valley, Wis. to attend the funeral- of her nephew, Marvin Hammond, 25. Mr and Mrs. Jack Jackson of Emmetsburg announce the marriage of their daughter Sharon ,o Donald Calkins of Davenport Saturday June 6. The . Jacksons will be .remembered here. ' supper time. •' f'lt's ^quiie a ways off -but Ed Sullivan:has signed the Japanese Takayazuka Ballet for a spot, in Oct. The. Takarazuka is one of two very ancient forms of Jan- ahese theatre. the answers to your TV and Rjidio Problems, tune in (112 N. e — C.Y 4-3260). , -*. , ; '"' ' ] >l gRA'DIO & TV REPAIR HE'S SAFE! Ball Players Take ' ifl '", '- QHances, But Savers Don't I; ! §our savings secure. \ye .with PAYING- * ; $j$ ? ; .. E FEDERAL UOAN Week. Uohn Hanson has been'return- ed' to Lutheran hospital,'"Fort Dodge. David Trauger, senior student, son of Mr "'and Mrs Harold Trau- ger'left Sunday for Camp ; Dodge D6s Moines, He is the' repre seritative sent from the Ernest Merkle Post. , -Mr and'Mrs C. O. McCleUan visited' Thursday and Friday With their daughter Karen, Mi and Mrs Eldon Marty and-ehil dren Eft Waltham, Minn. Mr and Mrs Laurel Bchtley and children of Fairfield visitec Saturday and Sunday with • he lather,, Mr, and Mrs Phil C. Lichty. Mr. and Mrs Darwin Johns .and daughter Sharon of Geneseo 'came Saturday to visit he'r'par- en ts,- ; Mr and Mrs Edward Wegner. ^ ~ Weekend visitors in the parental Jess Jergensen home were their son, Mr and Mrs -Jack Jergensen of Ames.' Mr and Mrs Brian Stewart concluded a two week visit with the letter's' father William -Hardcopf and other local relatives. They started for their home in Garden Grove, Calif.", late Sunday following a family picnic at the town park. Weekend visitors in the Alvin Weber home were her mother and sister, Mrs Lulu Jordan and Edna Jordan of Des Moines. • Mrs John Spaulding and daughter Mary of Midland, Mich arrived to visit her father, Fred Tiede and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Jerry Weber apd baby Jerry Jr., Mankatp, Minn 9ame Wednesday to visit in the parental Alvin Weber home. They were -here to attend the >veddinf of his 'brother LeRoy Weber and 'Audfey WJgans, Sunday, Mr and Mrs Albert Wilhelm returned' Friday from & week's vacation visiting the Black H,ills near Rap$l City, S. Dak. J » Mr,and fd rs -Vernon Deley anc , -girls • jtiftvpcU over the weel^enc tq Ihe. new/ home they recently purchased of Pr. 'and Mrs Jqhn Albert WiRielm .,.,„ ,,enn,eth .yisited Sunday in Ri^shford, 'Minn, with their dau- Janice Vinaas Is Honored At Oltosen Ottos^n — Janice Vinaas was honored at a bridal shower at the Lutheran church parlors Saturday evening.-She will be marriec June 27 to Waldo Smeby at the Lutheran Church here. Mrs Martin Meyer made the corsages of garden flowers, given o Janice and to her mother,'Mrs ohn Vinaas. " Mrs Conrad Johnson announced he program. Mary Ann .Hql dlayed two flute/ solos, accom 3ianie4 by Mrs Merle Holt.. Mr j^ren Dani'cl read several 'poem 1 and jokes.' Mrs Richard Kinseth slaved and sang. Mrs Roger Madsen and Mrs Tohn Larson helped'Janice'open ,he gifts. Suzanne Oppedahl and Barbara -L.eb also helped .with Hts. Priscella Holt had charge of the guest book. Mrs Ralph Jacotason poured at. the luncheon table. Hostesses were Mrs Chester Alme, Mrs Roger iMadsen, Mrs Donald Larson, Mrs Ralpji 'Jacobson, Mrs John Larson, Mrs Earl Long, Mrs Ivan Eyenson, Mrs Loren Daniel, Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Merle Holt, Mrs H. J. Nielsen, Mrs' Conrad Johnson. Mi;s Jacob Ryg, Mrs Arthur Lovig, Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mrs Donald Usher, Mrs Kermit 'Fowler and Margaret Holt, also Mrs Tom Rogness of Thor and Gudrun Melt- vedt of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Alf Lee and family of Stratford visited at the John Vinaas homo Saturday* evening. Mr and Mrs Frank- Jolliffe of Humboldt were Sunday guests at the Knut OppedaKls. Mr and Mrs W. G. Cooper accompanied Mr and Mrs Ernest Enockson and Linda to DCS Moines Sunday. Larry Telford and John Nielsen spent the weekend of May >U at Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Roy Telford were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Cecil Jolliffe h'ome at LuVerne. Those who attended 4-H Rally Day at Humboldt Monday were Sara and, Ruth Usher, 'Marilyn Zeman, Leslie Zlnnel, Beverly and Joan- Mogler, also -Mrs Art Zeman, Mrs Edward JZinnel; Mrs Howard Helicksbn, Mrs Donald Larson, Mrs Donald Usher, Mrs Kenneth Struthe^ and Mrs Lenhard Holden.. Mrs^erry 'Kinseth was .given a shower Friday evening at Bradgate. Attending from here were Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Olvin Haug and Carie Mae and Mrs Richard' Kinseth and Marsha. Mr and Mrs'Sam Kropf were Sunday guests of the -Harold Kropfs at, Dakota City and in the afternoon attended the ' 'silver wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Clarence Kramer at' Zion Lutheran church. Mr and Mrs Fred Kampen and family and; Mrs Mcrel, Ludwig and Bom'ta attended graduation 'Jefferson Wednesday^evgning Mrs Oliver Lee and TtJrry vis-, ted Wednesday at the Russell Chism home at West Bend. ' Mr and Mrs Ralph Dasen and family of Sheldon visited at the lome of the Oliver Lees Sunday. Friday afternoon visitors at the Percy Watnem home were Mrs Joe DeRyke and Mrs John Guggisbcrg of Ft. Dodge and Mrs Manda Mitsven of Bode. Mr and •Mrs Dennis Fuller and Mr and Mrs Bruce Watnem and Danny of Humboldt were Saturday sup- per guests at the Percy Watnems Mr and Mrs Charles Hellickson and Mrs Hannah Hellicksoh o tfardy visited the Howard Hell icksons Wednesday evening. Leslie Zinnel and Ruth Ushei attended 4-H camp at Clear Lak from Wednesday until Friday. Mr and Mrs Fred Hall of Hum bo'dt were Sunday guests at th Lester Wehrspanns. ,. . The H. J. Nielsen's daughter MrS Garland Westerman of Ploy sr returned home from the hospi tal Sunday. Beauty contests also are usual ly discouraging. A judge come away realizing that everybody i prettier than «he is. — Dalla News. Seneca '«* tJo*bt% tbnored at a fnlscdlSnfiftflis er held Wednesday evening in Btl Paul's; LttUteran Margaret Nielsen ffegi ^ts >af tn£#;&rr1viC V 3 '"* V Mrs Chris La^er, ' announce the" $tbtt'4m W po^ms s by Mrs al solo, Ksy . a jnohologue , by ' Mris . Sf Dotothys sisters, Js4k* Eileen helped; dpeft tfie Refreshments were served, .iMrs Eileen Gr*ht:afld J a ,cousifi»" Si* Russell Roba poured. ' .. • ' " • ^ ,Thfe Kostfessel 'pre*sentdi3 cot- sages to the -honored "gueat, mother, Mrs Carl Nielsen and sisters, E-ileen afid Marga^et^ Hostesses included Mrs George tloein, Mrs^ ftussell Kauffrnfln Mrs Cassie Klocko,. Mrs 'Mtirie Busch, Mrs Earli Melntyre, Mr Leo Crowley, JMrs Eugene Peter sen, Mrs Lawrence ' Joftanrteseri and Edna, Mrs Albin Berkeness Mrs Elna Larsen Hendrkksen Mrs Herman Gable, Mrs Melvin Madsen, -Mrs Leo Gerdet, Chris Larsen, Mrs Leslie Denton Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mrs Ola -Oftedahl, Mrs Clarence Osborn; Mrs Earl Crouch. Mrs Ed Fitzgerald, Mrs Henrietta Thompson, Mrs Henry Looft, Mrs Roger Osborn and Mrs. Larry Swensen. « Mr and Mrs Walter Zentner of- Algona were Sunday visitors a,t the Bertha Olsen home. Dr. Donald Baldwin, chiro-' praetor, son of Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin of Seneca, has located' in Des Moines. ' Mr and Mrs Jens Petersen and, Ardis of Hayfield, Minn, were Memorial Day .guests at' the Cecil Baldwin home. , .... .,, Effeclive flugpst 15, we will lease Hawk- 4,f W,*.,l W _*" s , «fr.***.£* «,"«. WJSS Irl ,^~,, WrtHM& &LkJUfc fftteNDS $&y$.3$$ •Ah^f-: .. ,j* f « ' i. f *j * „•( * , HAGE OP tHE LANES y^rw i* ! Mrs Ernie 'f 1 * ' ' V * ; ' ^ Slake ' i • Funeral Homes 9 <r •"Understanding Seryice" x Homes At f . 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Mrs Ted IJoren and Mrs Mildred Conway of Omaha visited j§ GIFT CERTIFICATE •' , . \ Good for a pair of famed Roblee shoes at SHUTS BROWNbilt Shoe Store The Shoe Store That Takes Care Of Your Feet • .»• »«• Tuesday until Friday with their.js s|ster, Mrs Oliver Kinseth and j = with the Olvin Haugs and" other relatives. Alfred Schultz^ elevator man-, ager, was in Kansas City Friday •and -Saturday. 'Mrs Schultz and the three younger phildren visited h.er mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Henry Lovig and family of GalesvUJe Wis. were Saturday pvej-nigbt guests at tbe Roy Jacobsons. , Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson visjte4 'his father Jim Johnson at Lutheran hospital at Ft, Podge Mqnday evening. Mr Johnson has sipce returned home. Wally Smeby of Hanjontown and Jiinice Vina,as of Mason City , Viiictas home. All Widths All Lengths All Prices ,,.and he c?n pick from many style* I?ress or casual, tie or slip-pn, he'll know th? spmfprt of wearing a pair pf Rsbjf s'g nfj pJ9K up your Gift Certificate and be if|yre<j of pleasing Dad en PAD CAN CUT THi And Slili Hpye T'^f «ntf To injpy Father's D«y 11A Tor» Frpm y N ORTON , ^^T : ^Iff'' '-^P< ^^^^ *^ i pp.

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