The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1959 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 16, 1959
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Mf and Mrs Hubert Marking have returned from a vacation at the Black Hills. Dr. and Mrs L. L. Snyder and family spent Sunday at Flandreau Parkf New Ulm, Minn. Jetty Kliegl, son of Mr and Mrs jRoy Kliegl of Whittemore, underwent surgery Monday morning at Park hospital, Mason City, Mr atid Mrs Eugene Muller and family and Mrs Muller's father, John Thul, spent Sunday at Clarion with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs John Homer were visited Monday by the latter's nephew and wife, Mr and Mrs George Beck, Spencer, and father, William Beck, Dickens. Mr and Mrs H. W. Stebritz are to have as guestsUn ,a few days Mr and Mrs Arthur Swartz, Pitts- btlrg, Pa. The families became acquainted , when the prisoner o: War calnp was .located here. Mrs Martha Adams was visited over the weekend by her son-in- laW and daughter. Mr and Mrs Dwight-'Sabin, of Des Moines They also visited at the panmta Harry Sabins. Earl Toothman, father of Mr Herbert Chatland, has been dis • missed from St. Ann hospital anc for the present is with his grand daughter and family, Mr and Mr Max Jannsen at Bode. Mr and Mrs Albert Slobe ha Mr and Mrs Don Cowles and lam ily, St. Paul, Minn., as weekem guests. They are former resident here when Mr Cowles was wit the soil conservation association. Mr and Mrs Earl Cooper and children, Linda, Dean and Karen, and Mrs 'Cooper's mother and A,- sister, Mrs Agnes Walker and Ber• nice Walker, drove to Mason City to see. the air show. John Thul and Mr and Mrs Muller had as callers Thursday Mf and Mrs S. A. Trausch, Eagle • Grove, and Mrs Casey Thul and daughter, Clarion. They were en- roUte home from Spencer where they had attended funeral services for a cousin. Mr and Mrs Lewis Marshall entertained at dinner last Thursday at the Algona hptel, honoring the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Lester Schumacher and .family, Joliet, 111. Other guests were Mrs Bea Baldwin, Mrs Lillian Dixon, Bancroft, and Mr .and Mrs Jasper Reed, Hum- -boldt. They were joined later by Mr and Mrs Rosmann. A family picnic was held Tues- ay evening at Mr and Mrs Bert Baldwin's. July birthdays were bserved, honorees being Bert Baldwin, Kenneth Marshall and Michael Schumacher. In. atten-. dance were the Bert Baldwins, ..ester Schumachers, Lewis Mar* halls and Mrs Bea Baldwin. Mrs William Finggenberg spent rom last week Thursday « till Monday at Blue Earth, Minn., vith her parents, Mr and "Mrs Abe Tuttle. She attended funeral services Saturday for J. B. Srakke, 79, husband of a cousin. He had been in poor health for some time. The Gade reunion was held Sunday at the fairgrounds. After a picnic dinner, a business meeting was held with the following officers elected: president, Robert Bell; vice-president, Walter Bell; Secretary, Hugo Gade. The committee for next year are Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer ,Mr and Mrs James 'Meyer and Mr and Mrs Verner Gade. Mr and Mrs Fred Geigel returned Monday from a Jewett family reunion held an Bass Island on Put-m r Bay, Lake Erio. To reach the point they ferried across the lake from Calawba, Ohio. This spot is an historical one of considerable^ interest for it was here Commodore Perry fought so gallantly and American history is rich in the story. Mrs John Foth left Tuesday via Rocket from Mason City for Fort Worth, Tex., to attend funeral services Wednesday for Jean Esther Boyd, 27, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Hanson, former residents here. Mrs Boyd is survived by her husband, William, and three children, a girl, six, boy, four, and, infant daughter, one week old'.- Mrs Foth is a sister of Mrs Hanson. Mr and Mrs Albert Olson have been visited by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Dean Olson, Iowa City. Dean came 10 aitend the 1946 class reunion at the Country Club. Other guests were their son-in-law and daughter,, Mr and Mrs M. W. Lindhorst, also of Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Irvin Olson, Ottawa, III., are on vacation and during their absence the children Nancy, Betty, Richard and Gary are staying with the Lindhorsts. Sunday the group went to Lakota where they were dinner'guests of Mr and Mrs John Alke. Mr and Mrl M«nry Btcker ware visited lasl'week Thursday by thfc latter's brother and sister»in-law, Mr and Mrs Louis Otto, Storm Lake, and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and 'Mrs John Robert Lee and Bobbie, Forest Park, Ga. Mf and Mr* H. W. Stobriti and! daughter, Diane, have returned from Rock Falls, 111,, where they visited the son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Richard Wilhelmi» a few days. Ray Smith, Man- Kulo. Minn., recently visited Mr and Mrs H. W. Stebritz. Mr Smith was pianist at the old Call theatre many years ago. Mrs Smith is deceased and Ray is' leaving for California to make his home there where a son, Byron, and family are located. ' Mr and Mr. K»nn»th Sfrahbtri "have returned ffoffi a 8^4 wlek tHp and were accombafiied by Mr and Mrs Robert Richardson and three children of Cedar Falls, The Richardsons tire former Al- gonans, They went to the Bad Lands, Black Hills, Yellowstone National park and Seattle, wftsru where they were guests of Mr ana Mrs Wihfon Trip, former res!" dents here. The Richafdsons remained there and the Stfflhprtw went on to Joseph, Ore., where they visited Mrs Strahorn's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs George Grandy. From there they went to Reno, Nev., San FrnnciS- co and Los Angeles, Calif., where they visited an uncle of Mrs Strahorn, thence to Las Vegas, NeV., Hoover Dam, the Grand Canyon and points in New Mexico homo. Cresco Chums Make Plans For Achievement Day The July meeting of the Cresco Chums 4-H club was held at the home of Carilyn Rochleau with Marilyn Deal, assisting hostess. Plnns for Achievement Day July 30, were discussed and reports were given by Rosemary Giseh, Mrs Chamberlain, There sa Thilges, Rosemary Gisch anc Lucille Gnde, Rosemary Giseh gave n demon slraUon on making dresser scarv PS and some of thf members fin- shed small woodfcrt articles started at All-Day Workshop. Mrs Wayne Smith, Mrs Robert peal, Mrr,' Clifford Teeter and Mrs Wayne Qhncmus were «u*st mothers. Filet Damage Suit Gwen Johnson hns filed ft damage cnae in district court here, risking $225 from Elwin and Evalyn Ann 8dilci. According to bhc petition, nn accident occurred April 24, 1958 on highway 44 north of Whittemore. The plaintiff claims the Schlei car driven by Evolyn Schloi turnct left ns the Johnson car started to pass. thuriday, July 16, 19S9 A»S»tttt (te.) Upfitf Brother Of 3 Area Residents Dies, Nebraska A brother of area residents, were held July 6 nt Murdo, S. Henry II. Hix/81, died July 4 at Valentino, Nebraska. Services Dak. Mrs Rosa Hnnson, Algonn, is ? sister and John Mix, Algona, and Genrgf tlix, Burl, are brothers Also surviving are three sons, ; daughter, two sisters nnd n brother. IF ITS NEWS, WE WANT IT ^_^ ^^^j^^^ ^^^u^^ _^jj*^^ ^^jtji&jjL YOU READ IT IN THE UPPER DES MOINES Esteron 99 most used, most useful farm weed killer 0 1 •Trod.n.0.* Df THE DOW CHEMICAl COMPANY versatile 2,4-D ester weed killer. Use it m corn, wheat, barley, rye and oats. Use it to clean up pastures or roadsides. Esteron 99 does a better job of weed control than old-fashioned high volatile ester products. You 11 quickly see the'Wg difference in yields and profits. IMPORTANT NOTICE OUR WELDING AND OTHER MACHINES WILL BE SHUT DOWN FOR VACATIONS FROM JULY 20th UNTIL AUG. 3rd. SALES AND ENGINE SERVICE WILL BE AVAILABLE! WITH 25e COUPON THAT APPEARS ON PAGE 1, SECTION 3 OF THIS PAPER. 25 Lb. Bag rviin *av vwwrwn in«i «rrs«r\j wi^ ri-»w«- •( -»«.»-ii^».» ~ Robin Hood Flour BLUE BONNET Margarine 1 Lb. 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