The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1959 · Page 8
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I* • B-Algono fla.) Upper fte» Mfttnfet Thursday, July, 83, 19S9 v ji, *i ' t ', & Wee/ 4f Emmshbwg Mf and Mrs Gordon Higgins are shown after their wedding June 27 in St. Thomas Catholic church at Emmetsburg. The bride, the former Delores Hickey, is the daughter of Mrs Leola Mickey, Emmetsburg, and the bridegroom is a son of Con Higgins of Whittemore. The couple arc living in DCS Moines, where Mr Higgins is employed. (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving.) AROUND ALGONA Pvt. Richard Yeoman, son of Mr and Mrs Bernard Yeoman, Algona, is attending a Provost Marshal General's School at Fort Gordon, Georgia for eight weeks of training for the military police. His parents have been invited for trie graduation, August 20. —o— Cub Scouts of Den 1. Pack 70. enjoyed a swimming outing at the local pool, July 13. Attending were Darrell Brown, Bobby Elberts, Wayne Frideres, Steven Hutchison, David and Dean Lowman, Dean Tetter, and Den Mothers, Mrs Joyce Hutchison and Mrs Elaine Teeter. Charlene LaBarre was dismissed Saturday from St. Ann hospital after being a patient there for several weeks with a. recur- rance of rheumatic fever. Char- *lene is a daughter of Mrs Robert LaBarre and will be a junior in high school this fall. Mrs Ralph Hach and Jane of .piano, Texas, were recent visitors at the L. A. Weber home in Britt. Mrs; Hach attended the reunion of 1947 of A.H.S. On August 1 Dr. and Mrs Hach and Jane will leave on a Colorado vacation. Mrs Homer Lindhorst was transferred to Mercy hospital at Mason City, Saturday after being a medical patient at St. Ann hospital for several days. She underwent surgery for an intestinal obstruction, Saturday night. According, to a son, Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, his Another came tmv ough the operation well. The oth- CT -_, * . s-t * _ii ______ Her mother, Anna Richman Dows, was a teacher in the old Algpna Normal School. —o— Mr and Mrs Walter Klamp had as their guests Thursday the former's cousin, Mr and Mrs Art Ballz of Postville. Mr and Mrs Albert Persons, Dakota City, were guests of the Klamps on Saturday and other recent guests were Mr and Mrs Harold Sawyer and granddaughter, Jeunie Goodell, Dakota City. Funeral For David Bunting Here Monday Funeral services far David L. Bunting, 22, were held Monday at 2 p.m. in MeCullough's Funeral Chapel here. Rev. Newton Couphenmir of the Methodist church officiated and burial wan in Riverview cemetery. Pallbearers were Pote Langmack, Bill Fain, Alvin Christiansen, Bob Lampright, Don He.n- rningsen and Arthur Closer. The young man died Friday at St. Ann hospital here, lie had been ill for over a year with a brain tumor. He had undergone surgery and was able to be at home with his father here until about two weeks ago when he entered the hospital. David Lawrence Bunting was bom August 5, 1937 in Algona, the son of Francis and Cleo Dennis Bunting. He was graduated from Algona hiffh school with the class of 1955. Before he became ill, he worked as a postal clerk. He was preceded in death by his mother. Surviving arc his father, Francis Bunting, a rail- Wily postal clerk and Al'gona park Commissioner, and one sister, Mrs Gene ({Frances) Farrell of Mary- villc, Mo. Little Lakota Lass Sniffed Too Much Lakola — Connie Lewis. 3% year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Laurencd Lewis, has had two decent experiences that she does not care to repeat About a month ago she got a piece of crayola in her nose and had to go to a hospital for its removal. Tuesday night she picked a,white clover flower and in inhaling the ?cent drew it into her nostril and had to hove the local doctor remove it. ? Bode Youth Injured By Load Of Oats er son, Charles, Grinnell, with his mother Monday. was Mr and Mrs C. B. Muriagh had as callers Friday, Clara Robinson, Okononamowoc, Wisconsin, and Mrs Helen Dows Wood, Hinsdale, 111. Mrs Wood once was a teacher in the Algona schools. 1 Mrs Stan Sorensen gave a party for her daughter Marcia Ann, who was a year old July 16. Guests were Mrs Tony Sorenson, Mrs C. S. Shipler, Mrs Alfred Larsen. Mrs Mary Weiland, Mrs Cleo Shipley, TVIrs Ronald Gerber and Shelly, Mrs Guy Carlson, Jr., and Cinda, Mrs Dick Kuecker and Randy, Mrs Bill Marshall and Linda and Patti and Alan and Karen Mittag. Supper guests- at the Sorensen home Saturday .evening were Mr and Mrs Cleo Shipler of Grand Falls, Texas. Algonan Proves Waiting Can Be Rewarding Mr and Mrs Harold Miller~of Algona became .grandparents for the first time when twin -sons were born to their sdn-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs Gerald P. Lucas at Oklahoma City, Sunday. They weighed 4 pounds, 1 ounce, and 4 pounds, 10 ounces. The proud grandfather ...says he was hoping for a boy on his 50th birthday, July 17, but by being patient, he got a boy for each day he waited. All 52 Members Of Family Have Reunion Here It was a king-sized family reunion when the family or Mr and Mrs Ralph Fandel got together recently at the 1 home of Mr and Mrs Mark T. McGuire, Jr. at Algona. Attending were the parents, their six daughters and seven sons, their husbands and wives and 37 grandchildren. It was the first time all had been together in 14 years. Present were Mr and Mrs W. T. (Jess) Fandel) Cedar Rapids; Mr and Mrs Paul Rink (Josephine), Ayrshire; Ralph Fandel, Jr., El Cajon, Calif.; Mrs Elmer Dehling (Gervase), Milwaukee, Wise.; Mr and Mrs Robert A. Fandel, Cedar Rapids; Mr and- Mrs Eugene Nichols (Shirley) Algona; Mr and Mrs Stanley Fandel, San Diego, Calif.; Mr and iMrs Mark McGuire (Carol), Algona; Mrs .Ro'bert A. Barone, La- Mesa, Calif.; Mr and Mrs George iDresen' (Alice), Benton Harbor, Mich.', Michael.. Fandel, Cedar Rapids, Tom Fandel, LaMesa, Calif., and Donald M; Fandel, Algona. Little Leagues Will Wind Up This Week Several makeup games, plus the Ins-t evening of regularly scheduled frays, Thursday, is all that remains for Algona's three little leagues. Of course, league championships still remain in the balance, pending results of the final games on the slates. Only the Indians, who remained at 6-0 through Tuesday nicjht, apparently have a championship nailed down in the American Leagub Results: > . . National Giants 7, Pirates 4 Cards 8, Cubs'6 Giants 2, Braves 0 Pirates 8, Cubs 1 American Red Sox 12, White Sox 0' , ; Athletics 7. Tigers 3 Yanks 16, Orioles 4 Red Sox 9, Tigers 3 International Saints 8, Soos 7 •'Millers 13, Royals 1 Chiefs 13, 'Bears, 3 Royals 9, Soos "3 Games tonight (Thursday) include Braves vs. Pirates in the National; Indians vs. Athletics in the American; and Bees vs. Millers in 'the international. Ona makeup game in the National League is slate for Saturday at 5 p.m. It will feature the Giants and Braves at Bertha Godfrey school. Albert Christensen, 17, Bode, suffered a broken ankle in an accident involving a tractor and a wagon load of'oats Monday at 10:30 .m. on a blacktop road 8 miles south and 2 miles east of Algona. Christensen was driving a tractor belonging to Richard Kohlhaas, LuVerne. The pin came loose on the load of oats and the box ran up and over the driver. He was taken to St. Ann hospital hern for treatment and released. Damage to the* tractor was estimated at $40 by Sheriff Ralph W. Lindhorst who investigated* Corwith-Wesley Kayoed After 40 Straight Corwith-Wesley's stranglehold on Iowa high school baseball came to a sudden halt at Breda Monday night in the final round of the sub-state tournament. Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson with Jim Larscn allowing only two; hits,-sent the area club to the sidelines, 5-0. The loss came after 40 straight wins by the Gorwith-Wesley crew and ended a possible third straight state title threat. Cor with-Wesley was defending fall and Spring champion. • •' Single funs in the first, fourth d seventh innings and a part'in the sixth turned the trick for the Council Bluffs school. The winners picked up eight hits off 'Ron Strolip an£ Corwith-Wesley committed five errors in the field. Corwith-Wesley downed Valley of West Des Moines, 4-3, to move irt against Thomas Jefferson. Semi-Finals Of Jr. High Meet Today Wesley downed St. Joe, 9-4 and „ St. Benedict raced past Whittemore, 13-2, in opening round games of the Garngan Junior high baseball tournamen which got underway Tuesday afternoon. Second round games will be fdayed this ftftSfftefcft, •with tM Alfofit Wesley at Algofta and the Algona Dodgers meeting St. Benedict at St. BefiecUet at 5:30 p\*n. Sethi- filial found losers will meet at 2 p.m. -and the winners will tangle fbr the championship at St. Benedict Sunday afternoon. if ftuws wfc WAtrr IT «4/s»N H M4lw«~i«^^ Wesley Program A movie "Iowa's Road Challenge" will be featured, on the program of the Wesley Community Cluto on Wednesday, July 29. The movie is sponsored by the Iowa Good Roads Association. per bushel Corn and or ( t '- 1' DUPONT 420 NYLON FORTIFIED JEANS ASSURE * SLIM fit all boy$.,.6eff,erf Divorce, Account Actions Filed In Disf. Court u Two district 'court actions,'-<a divorce and an account, wer,e filed .here this week. • ."/.. Delia M. Black, Algona, asks a divorce from Wade Black, Algona. A stipulation for $100 per month support for three minor children is in the petition. ] Freddie Ahrenstoff is the plain- ;iff in the account petition. He asks $4,915.08 from Kenneth Ditsworth, Bancroft, defendant, for settlement of a bill for some construction work completed by the plaintiff for the defendant. About two-thirds of the original amount of (the bill, which was $14,500, was paid previously. Escapes Elevator A power failure, caused 'by a blown out transformer fuse, caused some discomfort for County Health Nurse Joyce Hayden at the court' house Wednesday afternoon. The fuse blew after Joyce got on the elevator at the ground floor of the buiiaing. A couple of court house employees finally freed Miss Hayden before power was restored. Will Be Paid Under The Resettling Program For Soybeans. WHY NOT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS AND LET THE RESEALING PAYMENTS TAKE CARE OF COST OF STORAGE IN THE FIRST TWO YEARS. i i Butler Bins Are Available IN FOLLOWING SIZES: 500 Bu. 4400 Bu. 1000 Bu. 5130 Bu. 1330 Bu. 5750 Bu. 1650 Bu. 6700 Bu. 2200 Bu. 7625 Bu. 3276 Bu. 8610 Bu. ALGONA, IOWA IN WING -This is our regular annual July Clearance Sale. «The merchandise offered for sale is clean, wanted, and above all QUALITY GOODS. No seconds, ,no distressed job lots offered at ridiculously low prices (Ridiculous Pays are over) . . . just good, solid, staple QUALITY MERCHANDISE like you've bought at this store for years. Look over these offering; they are unusual and the quantities are limited. So come in early, THE ••-CHRISGHlLt'ES STORE

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