The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 2, 1959 · Page 11
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•*•>•. r -• Tidbits by Evelyn Many <sf us wbuld like io du» plicate the vacation Renon Cole is having for the Orient has much charm and allure. Renon will be- well remembered by the middle aged residents. Renon married Mr Sutcliffe, who died a number of years ago. Renon has made her home in San Francisco, but was here last fall and was a guest of Mr and Mrs W, B. Nugent in Des Moines. Many Al- gonans will also remember the late Ambrose Bowyer. His widow, Gladys, and Renon are touring Japfan together. *- ••'.» . » . 1 caught the name Karen Woolridge over Mason City TAT. Thursday evening and it rang a .bell. She is a niece of Mrs Henry Furst. * * * If you noticed the corners of Frank Vora's mouth drooping it is because he is sad. And why is he sad? Because he had a letter from his grandsons Ted and Joe Hutchinson, of Phoenix, Ariz, telling him they are £ad. And why are they sad? Because their Manchester dog Frank gave the'm got killed. Well, the corners of Frank's mouth turned up as he told the tale and he added he has written to mother Elvie'tell- ing her tp buy another Manchester and send the bill to him Grandchildren have winning ways, in more than one sense 1 * , * * Thanks to Mrs John Kenefick I have lovely flowers in my room again — roses of various colors, and so fragrant. All flowers are beautiful but the roses reign as queens, in my estimation. Among the 92 names listed of the new members of the bar honored at Iowa City Friday was Patrick Arnold Cady, son of Mrs Julia' Cady and the late Dr. G. W. Cady, Mason City. Dr. Cady tvas my cousin, son of "Pat" Cady, former resident here. * * * There is a Lutheran home for the aged at Madrid and a week ago Sunday six'women from tho local First Lutheran ohurch went there to serve at a tea. They were Mrs Hilda Gronwall, Mrs Pete Halsrud, Mrs Anne Presthiis, Mrs Christine Spongberg, Alma Carlson and Ellen Carlson. # W * When Ruth Lewis told me she and Jerry have had quinsy, I thought of my grandmother Cady who had it so frequently wheti she ttved in Ohio. .Quinsy is. a painful inflamation of the throat. I wonder if doctors of the present would call it a virus? t have heard of a novel enter- ainment for young engaged couples — a shower, given for both >arties by couples. Such a shower was given recently at a place not too distant. Since the couple will be farming, the theme of the decorations was the farm and the refreshments were carried out In the same way — even to chicken sandwiches artd candy corn. The Wed At Wesley gifts Were placed in small wagons and brought by younsters tractors to the table where the bride-elect and groom-elect open* ed them. This theme would be an MOTOR REPflIRS Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors Available For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. Phone CY 4-4326 Algona, la interesting one to use and is open to so many possibilities. * * # Modern conveniences may be O.K. but in using them one "lives dangerously." Mrs Jack Limbnugh told me recently about her father Wyhn Baier getting a toe cut off in a rotary power mower and her mother at about the same time had the tip of a finger nipped off in an'electric mixer. The mechanical age is wonderful — BUT — well/let's be careful. * * •* I have heard of butter being use'd to clean the leaves of ivy or philadendron but another way which is even better — use a cloth dipped in milk. My yards and yards of philadendron have lust been gone over with the milk bath and it looks so nico and shiny now. * * * Mrs Fred Geigel gave a tea Saturday afternoon honoring Mrs Kruse, nee Irene Miller of Pasadena, Calif. She is a former resident here and has a sister Vivian, also of Pasadena. They are daughters of the late Mr and Mrs R. H. Miller, .the former of whom was a druggist and occupied the present Thuente place of business. Other guests were classmates, year 1913, Ruby Skilling now Mrs Frank Thorpe, Ames, Yarda Nelson, now Mrs Lyle Ellis, Hartford, Conn., Ruth McClellan, now 'Mrs Glen Raney, Mrs Leonard Hays, nee Ann Geigel, Mitchell, Neb., was also honored and her classmates who were guests were Cora Ferguson, now Mrs Frank .Sterling, Netha French, now Mrs Lyle ' Mathes, June Corey now Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley, teacher Mabel Waterbury now Mrs Dana Paxson and teacher Hortense Smith now Mrs W. K. Ferguson. Florence Collins now Mrs Howard Beardsley, another teacher was unable to bo present. Mr land Mrs Frank Sterling have had a recent letter from ;heir son-in-law and daughter, Blaine and Joyce Nelson and little daughter Lori who have concluded a visit here and sailed Friday from New York City for their home at Aruba, the Netherlands Antilles. F r a nk is getting along nicely at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, and perhaps is home by the time ithis reaches print. * * * We get prettier and prettier over here at Good Samaritan — the building I.mean, with the sprinkling system completed, the stairs have been recovered and now fldurescenf lights have been installed in the halls. It is so nice and light now, a real boon ito callers as well v as the busy nurses. Larry Winter Of Lakota Is Wed June 7 Mr and Mrs Jpmes Reising, whose wedding took place June 8, are shown in the above picture. The bride is a daughter of Mr'and Mrs Edward Downs of Wesley and the bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs Andrew Reising. The ceremony took place in St. John s church (Glenn's Studio Photo-—UDM Engraving.) , • TM.M. which stood Merry Matrons. for Twelve A card from Lillian Mathison whom I do not know, but In whom I give thanks for her kind remarks about my column. She lives at Rock Creek, Minn. She mentions her son Roy whom 1 do know. He married one of the Kuchynka girls, Phyllis to be exact, and lives in California. Mrs J. I. Merryman is a friend of Mayor and Mrs Orville Don- nalson, Milford, who were here at a recent meeting of mayors and- Gov. Loveless was guest speaker. The Donnalsons called on Mrs Merryman, a resident of Milford years ago. With them were Mrs Frieda Mauss and Mrs Freda Nichol, friends of Mrs. Merryman, with whom a club was organized years ago. It was called the REAL BARGAINS IN GOOD USED TYPEWRITERS Thanks to Beth Anriis, I have become acquainted with a magazine I,never knew existed. It is "Ebony." The ads have colored people as models, and only a few whites are shown. One in particular is Raymond Burr, white, shown with Pearl Bailey, colored', in tha interests of an orphanage. I was interested seeing Pearl Bailey and husband Louis Bellson with their adopted son Tony. Tony is an attractive colored lad but Bellson as everyone knows is white. It seems strange to read ads for hair straightener when other magazines have only hair curlers advertised. s * * Pity poor pa — Woman pushing baby cab with top down — "This is the convertible he promised me after marriage." * * * Mr and Mrs Walter McBride and sons Carl, Dale and Donnio are home from a family reunion, at Centralia, Mo., held at llio home of the mother, Mrs Ella McBride, 84. Mrs Sally Roberta of GHdden, mother of Mrs McBride, accompanied them. * * * Mrs Clyiie Roepke, resident here at G.S. had as callers Monday Mr and Mrs P. I. Loomer of 'Britt. * * * When I knew Larry Pool years ago h<^ was a little curly tow- haired child attending the Methodist church with his parents, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pool, little did. I dream he would ever reach the heights he has. I'd have said he'd follow agriculture, in his father's foot&teps. Instead he turned to music, is a professional singer, married an actress of some repute loo, and both arc rated highly. Mrs Pool has been here on a visit and her sister- in-law, Mrs 'James Newell has been here from Tulsa, Okla. It might be well to mention they spend quite a lot of time with the grandmother, Mrs Emma Pool. Not long ago Mrs Lloyd Pool and daughter. Mrs Newell came to call on Mrs Anna McQuaid at G.S. With them they had a record made by Larry which was played on Mrs McQuaid'a record player. I'd lilte to have heard it too. patrol. There is a 1 son Tom, 16, who was busy playing ball that duy. Craig wns on duty so the women came over alone. * * * • If you see Glen and Ruth Raney and note the gleam in their eyes, you will know _the gleam is ire, in other words just plain MAD. At whom? No* whom —. WHAT. For thirty- five years they have enjoyed martins and have given them deluxe treatment. Now along come bluejays and sparrows to rout the martins from the abodes, the sneaky things, and Glen threatens to go gunning for the agressors. I hope your aim is good Glen. Power to you. There's a song about "June in January" How about one titled "January in June." Three times my. wool blanket has been put in storage, and three times it' has been dragged out again. Many rMativrs find friends from Lakota nttomled tho lovdv wodding June 7 of Klrnnor Olson, dauRhUT of Mr and Mm Lewis Olson, Estlicrville and Larry D. Winter, son of Mr and Mrs Russell Winter, Lakotn. The double rins ceremony wns performed in the Estht-iville Lutheran church by the Hev. T. W. Mnnkostnd. Mrs Everett Shaw was the organist and accompanied Robert Carlson of Monterey, Minn, who sang. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a chantilly lare f<<nvn with a scoop neckline trimmed with sequins; tightly fit tins bodice which buttoned down the baclO ions pointed sleeves; full skirt that swept up to tiers of plaited tulle forming a chapel train. Her veil was held in place with n pearl trimmed crown and she carried u while prayer book on which was a bouquet of s top him- otis and white roses. Her attendants were her sister, Ardyce Olson and Marlyii Hudson. Ann Fuss of Esther- villo was flower girl. Tommy Fisher of Spirit Lake was th« ring bearer. Donald Johnston was the best nan and Rodney Hongoy.leg wns he groomsman. Lewis Olson, r. was usher. > A reception was held for 250 guests In the church immcdiate- y following the ceremony. Mrs ewis Olson, Jr. and Mrs Howard Searcy poured the coffee. Mr» Uaylord Foster and Henrietta Bockelman cut the cake. Mrs Glenn Olson had charge of the guest book and Mrs John Stan- erson was dining room hostess. The bride is a graduate of the Eslhervillc Juhior College and for the past two years has taught at Lakota. The bridegroom attended Macalaster College and Iowa State College at Ames. Ho is now Senior Laboratory Technician at St. Paul. The couple are. at home in White Boar Lake. Minn. hospit?\1i*pd for some timf with blood poisoning nnd who has spent a number of weeks with his children, is again in his own homo in Lnkota. The Lakota l.urkios 4-H Club mot Tuosdny afternoon with Snndrn Koppen and Rita Wer- itign. They discussed tho county fair list, Marsha Krominna and Jiiddy Jutting cave a demonstration, C'oloon Crawford pnve a talk, and Maxmc Clayton gave a picture study The WMF mot in 1ho p.-irish hall of St. Paul's last Wednesday evening. Hostesses were (ii-eta Sleeker and .Sijjne Nelson. Kimna Bicrslad nave the Bible Study Friday evening visitors at thr Elmer Junkonnoiers were tin Melvin Junkermeior family ol Elmore and Anna Lonemann of St. Paul. Tuesday evening Mr and Mr Lou A. Nitz and Mr and Mr.*. nioharrt Ziclsko nUrndcd thcAlgdnd (Id.) Upp*f Lake Mills Cooperative Elevator i Thurtday, «fyty 2 r 1959 mooting hold for their members j nnd their wives. Railroad Paid $41,000 County Taxes 1958 The Chicntjo nnd North Western Hailw.iy Company paid a totiil df $Vi.410:»2 in taxes to Knssulh imintv on its railroad opci'iitmi: proporty during the your Htfii!, iicfordmR to tho railway. In Kossuth rounty $34^.11 was paid by the railroad toward tho Soldier's Bonus; $11.534.00 county Uixcs; $23,5MH.-l. r ), school taxes; Sft3r> f>!), library, township and rrmctcry taxes. $2.032.73, city and villain taxes; nnd $2.7P. airport taxes. Whafs happened to all the hot water? •BURT By Mrs Jessie Rash JULY SPECIAL Regular $1.98 value NOW ONLY Giant "Srtowf/afre PAIR Mr. and Mrs Lance Riebhof and Lorena attended the Nortl Iowa Conference in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Wayne Mann and Mrs Merlon Steward attended a wedding in Buffalo Center Saturday. The annual Dittmer family reunion was hold at the V.F.W. hall in Algona Sunday. Due to illness in several families only 30 people were able to attend. Attending from this area were Mrs Ella Sigsbee and Howard Sigsbeo, Mrs Carrie Larson, Mr and Mrs Glee Bullock and sons, Mr and Mrs A. Dittmer and son, Mr and Mrs EuClair Meyers and baby and Mrs Stella Dittmer and daughter Margaret. Mr and Mrs Wayne Mann attended a Mann family picnic at the Mel Anderson home in Moorland on a recent Sunday. The Birthday Circle held the annual- -birthday party at the home of Ella Sigsbee Tuesday afternoon, with an exchange- of mystery sister gifts. Mrs David Miller and Leslea Dawn were guests. The Fidelis Class party wa held Wednesday afternoon with Charles Habeger, Minerva Curtis assisting. Program was by Clara Graham. Members of the Jolly Ten Club were entertained at the home o Loretta Waltman Thursday aftc-r noon. Timmy Ley, son of Mr and Mrs W. D. Ley celebrated his 6th birthday June 17 by having six boys as his guests. Present wertj Patrick Beemer, Michael Stecker, T. J. Hanken, Bobby Boyd and Daryl Cushman. Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Rieffer, Leslie and Kay left early Saturday morning for the Philmont Scout Ranch near Cimmaron, New Mexico. Enroute they are camping and cooking out. From June 17 to June 23 Mr Rieffer will attend a Scoutmaster Training Camp Course. Friday evening a pot luck supper was held at the Burdettc -loeppner home for the Leclyard township Homemakers and Farm Bureau. Henry Dontje Sr., who w;m Salt & Pepper Set You save $1.09! Tall 7-inch salt and peppers In popular "snowflake" design, matching goldtone tops. Ideal for range set, summer parties and barbecues. Cullen Hardware never ever happens with an automatic GAS water heater ALGONA Never, because a gas' heater with a glass liner is always ready to deliver at) the hot water you need. Guaranteed for 10 years. As low as $1.75 per week* ONLY Q I I MAS Installed $• I 1 * NO DOWN PAYMENT It has been some time since I have seen Betty Vinson (Mrs Craig) but I had a little chat with her Sunday when she and the daughters Jane and Peggy came to call on Mrs Agnes Laidley, grandmother of Craig. The family lives at Rock Rapids and Craig is with the highway HARDWARE STORE PLAN WITH THE MAN AT YOUR OUR OWN STORE Oaa heatt fastest automatically NORTH CENTRAL Public Service Co. Phone CY 4-2484 ALGONA, IOWA UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends HURRY! We Have Only Been In Business 3 Weeks, But.... Young and Old Burt Bluebirds Jr. The June meeting of the Bur Jr. 4-H'ers was- !: held at the home of Donna Schrader June 13. They discussed plans for the coming Achievement Day and who will represent the Jr. Blue Birds at the County Fair with demonstrations. At the meeting, Donna Schrader gave a talk. $35.00 L. C. SMITH UPRIGHT FINE SHAPE $39,95 ROYAL PORT. REAL CLEAN READY TO GO $32,50. UNDERWOOD UPRIGHT ONE OWNER SEE THEM NOW AT Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. 111 E. Cell CY 4,3535 ALGONA, IOWA Funeral Homes "Understanding Service" Homes At luVERNE WESLEY TITONKA . RENWICK • 24 Hour Ambulance Service Oxygen Equipped Are Flocking To Our Door For Great Hi-Fi, Stereo and Radio and Record Player Buys! We Carry A Complete Stock of KLGA "Top 30" Hit Records for the Teenagers As Well As the Music Morn, Dad, Grandpa and Grandma Love 33 R.P.M. RECORDS LATEST HITS COLUMBIA & V.M. Hi-Fi NEVER TOO OLD FOR MUSIC RECORD CASES RECORD RACKS TRANSISTOR RADIOS COME ON DOWN TO SI CY 4-483 T 'In Fprmer Auction Howse S V—— . *=! s »V Uvtf. »*» 7 Wff>

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