The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1959 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 18, 1959
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^ra AROUND ALGONA Ur, arid Mrs Carl Fischer and •thtee S6ns and a daughter spent 1661 week here with Mrs Fischer's parents, Mr and Mrs Ted Larson. Mrs Fischer took .her husband to Minneapolis Jrh&rsday to fly to 'Washington fltd visit ^ his father, Just What The Doctor Ordered For Yoii and with the little daughter, Julie remained over-nite with the Dorrance Greer's. Mrs Greer' is the former Virginia Morck. The Fischers returned home Monday. On Wednesday, another Larson daughter, Meredith, Mrs William HoDDins, and children of Madison, Wise., arrived for a visit. New officers have been elected for the official board of the First Methodist church here. Fred Kent, Jr. is chairman, Wallace McDougall, vice chairman and Mrs Dallas Klein, secretary. ' ' "' Pharmacy Is A Most Exacting Science The Rx 1 on your prescription literally means "recipe*" Here it is precisely followed by a man who has long, specialized professional training and who is continuously studying to. keep abreast of what's new in pharmaceutical circles. That's why We say with confidence, "Bring us your next prescription"! THUENTE PHARMACY CY 4-2528 INTEGRITY • SERVICE'* SAFETY Meyer, ministerial stud* ent at the University of Dubuque spent the weekend here With hib parents, Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer and attended a reunion of his high school graduating class. Mr and Mrs E. L. Garbeti be came grandparents for the third time Sunday when a son was born to their soi>-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs John Stegman a JEmmetsburg. The baby was nam ed Michael David and he has i brother and a sister. Mr Stegman is news editor of the Emmets burg Democrat. •""-if*! •-- •-' Captain and Mrs Robert Sanchez have arrived back in the United States after two years at Wurtzberg, Germany. They will visit here with Mrs Sanchez' brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Craig Smith, and at Whitto- more with her parents, Mr and Mrs J. N. Fleming. Mrs Sanchez is the former Eleanor Fleming. Mariners Held Party Recently AtRmgsted ST. JOE By Mrs Syl W«gH*r -- The Presbyterian Mariners met for a pot luck sup* per at 6:30 last Sunday, June 14'. Thirty attended the meeting with Herb and Nadine Smith chairmen of the refreshment committee. •Program arranged by Cliff and Thelma Nelson consisted of family devotions by the "Nelson -family; 'Trombone solo by Candy Christiansen accompanied by her mother Mrs Kermit Christiansen; Quiz conducted as a $64,000 .question program tor six teams. -WVO were able to reach the top goal. Candy Christiansen and Diane Warren on Bible and Religion and Mrs Herb Smith, Mr and Mrs Bill Srnith and Mrs James Warren won on literature. Group singing and benediction was conducted by Rev. James Warren. Mrs L. A. Petersen was hospitalized with a broken hip lust Tuesday evening when she fell in the yard of her son Roy Petersen at Fenton. She is in the Holy Family Iowa. hospital in Estherville, Mrs William B. Deyine entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon with Mrs Ray (Sales as guest. Mrs E. J. Gales and Mrs Ray Gales tied for high prize, Mrs Damian Centgfaf received second prize and Mrs Joe Sittnwell low : prize. Mr arid Mrs Joe Sinnwcll an attending the State Rural Mai Carriers Convention at Mason ;ity this week. Marilyn Bormann, daughter 0; Mr and Mrs Ed Bormann 4 is spending ,. a,two week vacation here with home folks from St Joseph's School of Nursing a Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Tony Wcydcr spent Thursday and Friday will Mr and Mrs Mike Stoffcl and family of Blomkest, Minn. Mr and Mrs Francis .Erpeldin. took their daughter, Carol Ann atir Mary Helen Kcnne, daughte -F Mr and Mrs Ralph Kennc t Mankato, Minn., where they wi' attend the Summer School "Catholic Action held Juno 14-19. Mr and Mrs Joe Sinmvell, nc- otttfumied by Mr and Mrs Lando rtisnak and daughter, Mary of Ugpna, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Vagner, Eileen and Torn, Betty Wagner. Judy Wagner, Dianne «nd Janet Reding enjoyed a pic- uc at the Minneopa Stale Park at Vfankato, Minn. Connie Sinwell, daughter of Mr and Mrs Sinn- well, and Pat Wagner, dtiughte'r of igh Mr and Mm Sylvester Wagner, Students nt McConnell Airline Career (mining school, also attended the gathering. Father Luke Becker O.S.B, Pierre. South Dakota, nrrlyec Saturday for a visit with relatives tmd friends and also for observance of his 26th anniversary o his ordination into the priesthooc 6t St. Joseph June " Funeral services for Math 'Gales, 82, were held June 12 n Loretto, Minn., with Mr and Mn •:fi, J. Gales accompanied by Chri Gales, Ray Gales from hare nnc Htfrs Ted Mori of Fort Dodge nt tending. Math Gales died June 1 after a short illness. He is survived by n son and daughter. Chris Gnles from here is a brother. A Wagner family gathering was held Sunday at the Ted Wagner Whittemore honored with n rmn- Thurtday, June 18, Wtft Algona (la.) Upper £>e* <y shower in observance of her jirthday. LuVerne News The Friendly Neighbor chili were guests Tuosdny in the hoim* of Mrs Ralph Block north of Rt'nwick. Ten members wens present nnd one guest, Mrs Magnus Nelson. Mrs Edwin Marty had the topic and Mrs Henry Kubly had the surprise rnlei- tninrncmt. Tho Missionary Guild were guests Wednesday in tho home of Mrs Christina Nielson. Guests were Mrs Loren AppetiKoller und boys of Eagle Grove and Mrs Sula Frantz. -Mrs Earl Nenl lod the devotional service mul 'Mrs Edwin Jackson rend poems. The Guild voted $10 for tho cancer fund nnd $10 for the Heaven and Home JTour. The annual Thompson-iMor- rinm family reunion wns heln Sunday nt (he Earl Thompson farm neur Corvvith. The annual Snnfortl f.imily reunion wns held Sunday in the COOL?Man,it's Prigid! V/KIINGrlOUSE DELUXE FREEZER is the coolest on the market! •mime with Mrs Nick Reding of LuVerne town park. COME IN AND SEE IT as low as e» I f »? 8 tf A.ftor Down Payment Per Week BEECSM LANE APPLIANCE Mrs Paul Tcrranova and little daughter, Julie of DeKalb, ill. arc visiting here at the home of Mrs Terranova's parents, Mr and Mrs George Powers. She is the former Sharon Powers. ' Connie Priebe, daughter of Mr and A Mrs Beryl Priebe has left or Boulder, Colo., to attend sum- ner sessions at the University of Co!o. She was enrolled at Drake Jniversity • this year and visited riends in Chicago at the close of ,he term before coming to Algono. The Priebe daughter, Paula is at present visiting in Kalamazoo, Mich, and will enroll next week for summer school at the Univer- ity of Wisconsin at Madison. Paula also attends Drake. — o — Mr and Mrs Dale Simons, and three daughters, former Algonans now of Marion, spent the weekend here with Mr and Mrs Dick Norton. n for Business .. Featuring Soft ice cream; Sundaes 9 Malts Q Cones Carry out Orders also Judge and Mrs G. W. Siillman have as guests this week their daughters and sons-in-law and families, Dr. and Mrs John Morrill and daughters, Sandy and Betsy of Middletown, Conn, and Mr and Mrs Dan Jones and son, Brad, of Mt. Vernon. Dr. Mori-ill is on the faculty of Weslyan University and his wife is th<? former Ann Stillman. Mrs Jones is the former Marcia Stillman and Mi- Jones is sales manager for the Johnson Manufacturing Co. Mariner's 'Club of the Presbyterian church will have a break- .fast Sunday morning at 1 o'clock on the church lawn. Watch For Big Grand Opening Next Week! 'Located at corner of State & Minnesota Streets 'Where you see .the Cities Service sign" Mrs W. J. Sigsbee was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs William Resslor and family plan to move to Spencer next week. Mr Ressler is the former Gamble store manager here now manager ,at Spencer. They have purchased a house there and have sold their home here to Dr and Mrs Joseph tiooney. The Moose Lodge will have a Father's Day party Saturday evening at the lodge hall. —o— Li. Colonel and Mrs M. E. Waller arrived Monday from France where .Col. Waller has been stationed for the past three years, and are visiting in the R. B. Waller' home. Mrs Waller is the former Mile. Jacqueline Royer of Saumur, France. The couple were married in May. The visitors expect to join Russ Waller at Colorado Springs, Colo, where he is attending the National Editonal Association Convention and then go to Fort Totten, N. Y. where Col. Waller has been assigned. —o— I United Presbyterian Women will meet this afternoon (Thursday) at the church. now its even easier to cas *.. Safety-Proved on the Speedway for your protection! [on the Highway! ' RIGHT" NO w/we'ii BUY unused mileage in your present tires when you • trade for NYLONS Chances are you'll never drive your car on a race track! 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