The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1959 · Page 12
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4-AlQ6f»d no.) Uppir Dei Maine* Thursday, Juty 16, 1959 LuVerne Youths Are At Camp At Okoboji LuVerfr—Attending the Fre?h- man Youth Camp for a week from the LuVerne Methodist Church at Camp 'Method]i on Lake Okoboji are: Sharon Smith, Sandra Walline, Sheri Ramus, Linda Agard, Rao- arm Brink. Richard Wolf, Rich- ai-d Blake and Roger Heine . The fiev. Worthie Usher. Mr and Mrs James Mallory accompanied them atid will be in charge of the classes and other activities. Mr and Mrs Allen Blake, Susie and Robert, Mr and Mrs Harold Wolf and children took them to the camp Sunday. Scouis Camp Oui , The LuVerne Boy Scouts recently spent a week at the Boy Scout Camp at Lake Okoboji. Bryce A. Wickett spent the week assisting the boys with their activities, as the Scout 'Master Ralph Bacr was not able to be in attendance all the time. One night was spent on a camp out. The other accommodations wero frl the camp sites. Boys attending were Johnny Wickelt, Billy Miller, Bobby Maass, Lenard Johns, Dale Kubly, Jon Nelson, Timothy Blumcr, Dennis Thomp- sbn, Donald Meyer and Richard Blake. Weekend visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Henry J, Hinz were their daughters, Mr and Mrs Joe tMderiwEi't trod tVean of For! Dodge, Mrs ITarlfcy Rusher and J^aitiela of Bancroft and Linda BristoAv of LuVerne, Visitors in the Mrs Ella Woito home Friday t«>re OJUe Schmidt, daughter Audrey of Oehvcin and son, the Rev. and Mrs Russel Schmidt and daughter Daphne of Woolstock. Mr and Mrs Glen Hodges and girls of Emporia, Kansas came Thursday to visit their friends, Mr and Mrs Myron Hinz and family. Sunday guests in the home of Mrs Olla Godfrey and Rubye xvero Mr and Mrs William Littlejohn of Lovilla. Mrs Lewis Wildin of Owaton- nn, Minn, visited the past week with her mother, Mrs Dora Ramus. During the week visitors wore Mr and Mrs William Ramus of Des Moines. Mrs Phil C. Lichty, daughter, Mrs John Ramus visiting hero from Winter Haven, Fla. went Monday to Sioux Falls, S. D. to visit their son, daughter, brother and sister, the Richard Wer- mersen and Wayne Dornberger families. Mr and Mrs William Radii of Hayfield, Minn, were weekend visitors with their daughters, the Paul Stahl and Elmer Youngwirth families, Mr and Mrs Arthur Ramus and granddaughter Debbie Luchsinger of Des Moines were we'ek- end visitors with his mother, Mrs Dora Ramus. . ; (Mr and Mrs James Neville of Ames were weekend visitorslwith her parents, Mr and Mrs,A. W. Dimler. Their daughter, Diane, returned home after a visit here. Sally Hardcopf .is a guest in Minneapolis in the home of-her brother, the Robert Hardcopf, Jr., family. ' "" •Mrs Dora fiamus returned Saturday from the Lutheran h§s- pital, Fort Dodge, where she was a medical patient the past week. Mrs Barbara T e m p I i n of Chicago, 111. arrived to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf Sr. Her sons, Michae! and Jimmie, are visiting here. The Comrade Sunday School class met Thursday evening in the Evangelical United Brethren church with Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle as hosts. Mrs Jack Hefty,- assisted by her daughter, Wanda, had charge of the devotions arid presented the lesson study. The entertainment which followed was in charge of Mr and Mrs Bernard Wolf. Jeannie, young daughter of Mr and Mrs David Harper of Grunciy Center, spent the past week visiting her maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Robert Hard- cop f, Sr. and family. Jerry Groh of Perry visited several days the past week with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs John Grphi Mr arid Mrs Harold Nielson Sr. attended the air show, at Msson City Sunday. ; Mr and Mrg Gus Wegne? of Frfceborn, Mirth; * WlfS Wteketttl guests in the.Qh&rletf'Bihl home, Norman Wegner of -Bismarck, North Dakota arrived for a week's vacation with his father, Richard Wegner, and other relatives. Charles Loerwald and Bill Bonnstelter, employed in Cedafr Falls, were weekend visitors witrt their parents, Henry Loerwald and Mr and Mrs Ernest Bonnstet* ter. ; : Mr and Mrs Bertie C. Ramu$ were in Deeorah Sunday attend* ing a reunion of the family of Mrs Ramus. Mr and Mrs P. E. Griffitt con* eluded their visit here with her mother, Mrs Clara Rogers, and returned -Monday to their homft in Nicholasville, Ky. i The Rev. J. Paul Stevens and Dennis Marty left Monday morn* ing for a week at the Evangelical United Brethren church camp at, Riverview Park at Cedar Falta.J Weekend visitors in the 'Ma& Patterson home were her moth- 1 ' er, Mrs Edna Broadie of Granger We're RIDIKALU5 Too! (FRIDAY ONLY) HOT BEEF (OR PORK) SANDWICHES DIAGONAL KAFE 50C 505 DIAGONAL ALGONA and brothers, Mr and Mrs fcarl Broadie, Mrs Merie Broadie and son, Tod of Polk City, Mr afrd Mrs Robert Broadie, soh_, DUik and Steve of Des Moines. Mrs Edna Broadie remained longe? to visit. The annual Brink - Potter family reunion was held Sunday at the State Park at Clear Lake. Attending from here were Mr and Mrs Percy Brink and Mr and Mrs AHyn Brink and Nancy. Mr and Mrs Jack Kimzey and girls of Milo visited Friday to Suhday with his sister, 'Mr and Mrs Bryce A. Wickett and family. Mrs George Goodner and children of Des Moines were visitors the past week in the parental Ralph Dimler home. The annual Schipull family reunion was held Sunday in the Ltventtore Legion hall With i?3 in attendance; Mrs .Bay Stone and Msraa spent Saturday evening attd StM* day in Cedar Falls where they visited Mrs E. A, Schroeder, mother of Mrs Stone. Mrs Schroeder, who is 92 years of age, has recently been .-hospitalized with a severe at-tack of asthma and is now .convalescing -t Western Home, Cedar Falls. • Out of town guests from this area attending the Stripling Tobey wedding Sunday* evening were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Strijji ling of Sioux City; Mr and Mrs Albert Dawson and Mr and Mrs Frsd Will of Conwith and Sandra Stripling of Spencer. ' Mrs Edward Dehnert, their houseguests, their son, the Arlo Dehnert family visitirig here from Sacramento, Calif., visited the past tfeek -.in r Fred*ricksburg with Veftw Parks, sistir' ol tt& Dehnert "'afid dn Oelwein With relatives of Mrs Arlo Dehnert. Lakota News Mrs Thomas , Thompson was admitted to the hospital in Bu*- falo Center Tuesday afternoon and underwent major iurgery there Wednesday morning. The American Legion Auxiliary held a picttte Monday night at the home ol Mrs Pearl Smith, with 30 present; Tlhe families of the members,were guests. Sherry Lou Afiderson and Michael Vodraska t.etumed to their school "in Minheapolis on Sunday following a ten day between -. «|UaMef vacation, spent at the 'parental ,A.' E. Anderson and W. C, Vodraska homes. -Mr afid MfS W. BO Ley ..., T family, Mr* -Wjf Ts» t-J£ atid Mfe Oi>al Wheeler ^eht Sunday # ( KieMe^ Stifffi. atteficUSg the- horse fel were happy » t»^,ail of twelve childrett' with them lalt Suttday. The^ fathered at th« home 6f thelf, sfitt, ^vferett an family at ' ' To All Those Who Think That We At DIAMOND'S Are Crazy.. Here's Proof That We ARE! Children's 'sport shirts; Sizes 6 to 18, ' *|00 values up to 2.98 I Child's blue jeans Aft* sturdy, durable __ VVW Men's short sleeve shirts, values up to 3.98 ______ 1 00 THIS IS LIKE BUYING ICE IN THE WINTER. Child's zip off hood Parka 5 asst. colors. ft" sizes 4 to 12 _-. W Men's winter parka $"1A Sizes 36 to 50 ____ IU Men's Slacks. Not all sizes. Washable lite weight EXTRA SPECIAL Boys Ivy League Slacks. Reg. 2.99 __ Men and boys caps Assorted, values to 1.00 ________ Now you Know! The answof fo !nsi«aflc__|Jif( B? Li S. Bdhantlon QUESTION: Is it a good idea to insure an engagement ring and if so who should be the insured person? . , i ANSWEHt If the ring is valuV. able it's a good idea to insure it and either or both the engaged people may be narried in the insurance policy. ' -' , * if you'll address your own insurance questions to this office, we'll try to'give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation oi any. kind. ^ * LS/BOHANNON 8 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 if SAFETY DEPENDS ON YOU! Your Minneapolis - Moline Dealer- BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMINT IT Next Week Is DON'T YOU BECOME Vc 1 ,: TO KNOW YOUR FRIENDLY WAYNE FEED D EALER Robinson Produce . , . . .Your Machinery For Hazards Check I-H Farm Machinery For Safety * Features. See Built-in, Year-Round Safety Features on all I-H Machines. t # HARVEST TIME YOU REALIZE YOUR GAIN BY USING PIONEER SEED & SAFETY PRACTICES Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. CHECK THESE JOHN DEERE Quality Farm Equipment -.;, IS A SURE WAY TO ^ tE SAFE Ypy will 'find the better used farrn equipment you find thf be«t^ n^w farm, equipment. ^ Ernie Williams JOHN DEERE 1. KEEP MACHINES IN GOOD REPAIR. Make sure your equipment is in good working condition, 2. OPERATE TRACTORS SAFELY. Turn corners slowly) avoid ditches, banks and soft ground. 3. KNOW AND OBEY ALL TRAFFIC LAWS. Be a safe driver in a safe car, on the highways as well as at home. 4. BE FORESIGHTED. Don't smoke around the barn. Don't start fires with kerosene. Don't play with matches. 5. SPEAK TO ANIMALS WHEN APPROACHING THEM. Animals "Bolt" if startled, so calmly assure them of your presence when approaching. 6. BE A GOOD HOUSEKEEPER. Keep things systematic in your home and on your farm. Have a place for everything, and keep everything in its place. 7. WATCH YOUR STEP & PREVENT FALLS. Keep ladders in good repair. Make sure floors have no treacherous holes. Watch your step. 8. FOLLOW SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. Farm machine manufacturers put printed instructions on machinery so you will follow them, ' 9. KNOW AND OBEY WATER SAFETY RULES, Don't swim alone. Know the depth of water before driving in. Sit still in small boats. 10, APPLY FIRST AID PROMPTLY. Keep a First Aid Kit in the home and on the tractor. Seconds count when infection may set in. MODERN WAREHOUSE FACILITIES FOR ALL GRAINS SEE US NOW DESIGNATE YOUR GRAJN TO 419 S. PHILLIPS CY 4-2741 ALGONA The Hazards around your farm can KILL YOU Keep Your Eyes Open. ' Accidents Are a Farmer's Worst Enemy Do Your Part to Stop Them. Prevent Needless Accidents Keep Farming SAFE & PROFITABLE nsuranee Ass'n Phone CY 4-3756 Algona 119 N. Dodge Lojq Scuff ham, Sec. ore caused by the failure of some individual to observe simple and fundamental safe rules of precautions. OSSUTH Implement Co. International Harvester Trw?tQrs, Refrigeration, And farm Equipment t New Holland , Lpne Rock Iowa. John ?a|aznik

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