The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1959 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 23, 1959
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Wesley Boy Is Home After Skin Grafting Wesley —,Laverne, 9 year old son of Mr and Mrs Lou Rdcke, was brought home Friday from the Britt hospital where on July 6 he was taken for care of severe blMis Oft his,left leg t caused by a btmfire. 90 percent of the (burned area required skin graft' ing. Veil On My '16, Kathleen Studer, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. P. iSttSdef . received, the white veil of a' novice in the order of the • Bbhool .Sisters of Notre Dame at Mankato, Minn. A class of 37 were invested by Bishop Fitzgerald cx£ Winona. » .Kathleen was given the name cfi. Mary- Minette. She has two sisters, *Sister M. Julius and Sister C M. Carolyn, who belong to the same order) v,- : i Wesleyans who attended the ceremonies were Kathleen's parents, Mr and Mrs J. .P. Studer, , . .. , Sister 'M» : Julius,- Carol, Steven, Gerald, (Margaret and Rose, Faith er Wm. Buckholz, ,<Mr and Mrs A. N. ftiohtsmeier and their daughter, Sister Alstacia, Janice and B6ib, Emma Studer, the Philip, Oletus Studers, Wm. Or- thels, -Mr & Mrs' Hefn-y Scheppman , of Algona, Mrs Joe Miller and Virginia and Stanley Stu» ders of Blue Earth. boldt; Mr and Mrs __«,— Haaek of Des Moines mid 3m Meurer of LuVerne. A very interesting letter; was read from Elaine -MulHn, Cornstock. Judy Pfelfer came home Saturday from the Lakeside Laboratory, Lake Okobojt, where She had completed a five week course in Field Biology. Her mother, Mrs L. L. Pfeffer, drove up to get her. Zeno Reising left Thursday for Fort SilV, Okla. .following a 12- day furlough at his parental, Andrew Reising home. He had been stationed at Fort Carsoh, Colo. •Msgr. Zeno Reising of Alton spent several days over the weekend at the' home of his brother, Andrew Reising and family. Isabell Ken-ins of Hopkins, Minn, formerly of Wesley, was a guest in the L. L. Lease home several days last week. Mrs Duane Studer and children left by train Tuesday for Long Beach, Calif, to visit her parents and other relatives. iMr and Mrs Lou Vitzthum and children of Pontiac, 111. came Saturday for several days visit at the parental, George Vi'tzthum home and with other relatives. A family picnic was held Sunday (Mrs R, E. Newbrough and httn iM Mr* Dick ffeuf fh and dhildrim tftS %nd* Ing this week in a cabin M CSedf Lake, they svent over S&tufflfty. David Snook of Milwaukee, who was a^ouseguest in the R. E. Ntjwbrough home, accompanied them. 3vtr and Mrs Clarence Acker* son were Sunday guests oi nef sister, Mrs Lena .Warmer at Ledyard. Mr arid Mrs. Art Beenken were given a charivari pafty at tn6 baseball diamond Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hansen spent several days last week at Iowa City, where he had a medical checkup. Swea Youth Is Winner Of $1 Model Award weighed 8 lt>. 1 6*. Little T h*a tifrto sifters and a brothef arfe Staying with their grfln ents, Mr aisd,,Mrs Harold Paternal grandpamtts nrc wt and Mrs O. B. Koons. Mr nnd Mrs Harold Krantss and children enjoyed a picnic at ttte Donald Buffington n«m6 at Pot* est City Sunday. Mr and Mrs Oscar Llnd«i called at the Archie Ditsworlh nomfe Sunday. .. „ • Recent afternoon callers of Mrs Frank Sanftner were her sisters, Mrs Bernice Sanders, Mrs Harold Carr, Mrs fCflthdrine Holmes ana Elizabeth Krebstoat:k. » Mr and Mrs Mervin Johnson and children were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Cecil Qodired; son, in -honor of the birthday of Mrs Johnson. ' . -Mr and Mrs Bob Sigsbee and children enjoyed a picnic Sunday at a park at Fort Dodge With former school friends. Others present were Mr and Mrs Robert Dunsm'oor and family and Mr and Mrs D. A. Brand and family. Mr and Mrs Roy Rohlin of Rock Rapids were Sunday dinner guests with his parents, Mr nnd Mrs George Rohlin. basket lunch. Dr. and Mrs W. P. JtamslrtM arrived last week from villo, Texas, for several Wfifeks in this community, They nrc slaying at tlio ,lyhn Qeosmnns for the present. The U. & 1. circle will hove the annual picnic nt Tuttlo Lake Sunday, July 2B. Mrs James F. Herring nnd, Mnrgnrot Anno, Arlington, Va., arc spending n fortnight with the former's mother, Mrs Jessie Rash and John. Mr and Mrs Harold Born, Gin- dn. !), and Cheli, 4, Cedar Rapids, spent Friday nnd Saturday at the Herman Rnchut nnd Ed Smith home. Mrs Lydia Sdnviolorl wns hostess with her sister, Elsie Bauin, for a pink aiid blue shower honoring Mrs John Ophcim Sat- rday at Lnknta. Others from lere attending were Mrs J Stevens In rWmot of her birthday of July 1ft, tStla Sigsbee entertained the following ni her home Sot* Urdny: Bdith ,J«nd1, Jessie 'Millet, Velift GSroiso, Florence Seh- ichtl, Esther Williams. Elizabeth Kennedy, her daughter, Minnio Snmuelson, and granddaughter, Sharon. at the George Vitzthum Jr. farm home near Irvingtori. Attending were the ffbove families, Janice Vitzthum of Des Moines, the Jack and Mike Vitzthums and Class Reunion The Class of 1949 of the Wesley public school held a' reunion at Clear Lake Saturday evening, July 18. Dinner was served at 8:30, followed by a social hour and later all enjoyed a dance at ifihe Surf. Of the 19 members of the class, 12 were present. They included Mr and.Mrs John rnan (Rosalie Arndorfer) of Britt; Mr and Mrs Frank Hanley (Shirley L/ickteig) of Dubuque; Mi and Mrs Phil (Nancy Doughan) of Algona; Mr and Mrs (Mary Joyce Kollasch) Kenneth Haverly, Mi and Mrs ('Mary Youngwirth) Joe Krieps of Wesley; Mr and Mrs Bob Liek'teig, Algona; Mr and Mrs Bob Lickteig, Algona; Mr. and Mrs BilLStuder, Clarion; Mr and Mrs Bernard Schrauth; Mr- and Mrs Leonard Studer; Mr and Mrs Earl Robinson and Mr and Mrs (Mary Ann Hauptly) Harry. Eisehe and Eugene Dornbier, all of Wesley. Obher members of the class were Mr and .Mrs (Marion Kleinpeter) Tom Hutlo of Columbia, South Carolina; >Mr and 'Mrs (Elaine Mullin) Scott Comstock of Jacksonville, Florida; Mr and Mrs Lyle Huff of Mason City;<>Mr and Mrs John Seiler of Hum- the Luke Youngwirths. Mrs Rich Reiling drove to Breda Friday to visit the Ray Wernimonts and brought home her 1 daughters, Linda and Marilyn. At Carroll she picked up Tom and Patsy, who had spent several days with their grandmother, Mrs Mary Rowe. The Hamilton hatchery bowling team and their wives were guests Sunday evening at a steak dinner at the Martin Hamilton home. Guests were the Stan Johnsons of Britt, Al Loebigs Jack Lickteigs, Bill Koppens and Gayle Studers. Mrs Jim Lincoln and children left Friday for their home in Grinnell following a two week visit with her mother, Mrs Haze Gerdes. Mrs L. H. Kle'inpeter and their two grandchildren,. Wayne and Lynn, son and daughter of the Dave - Kleinpeters, ''are spending. two weeks at Vacation Village, Lake Okoboji. L. H. Kleinpeter took them up Saturday afternoon. -Dr. Paul Warner drove to Corhfry, Minn. Saturday to get his wife and children, Jim and Debbie, who had visited relatives there last week. . , Maurice DeBoer of Marshalltown called .on Wesley friends here, Thursday. He brought home-Lynn Kleinpeter; daughter of the Dave Kleinpeters, who had gone to Marshalltown with Mrs DeBoer, -Dean and Dawn, July 13. ^ Swea - Hatrisoh — John Boland, 15-year old son of Mr and Mrs Wm. Boland of Swea City, was happily surprised to receive a check for $100 for his entry in a model car contest. He received second place on his entry. John will be a junior this fall in , h e Swea City Community School. 12 Confirmed Four hundred attended the Confirmation Day Worship Service at Immanuel Lutheran church July 12. Rev. Leroy Pillman conducted the Rite of Confirmation. Members of the confirmation class were Maurice Anderson, Cassandra E w i n ig, Pamela Fagerlund, Lee Geerdes, Charles Heidenwith, Carmen Larsen, Lynette Lund, Constance Opsal, Daryle Preston, Walece iSchmicking, Beverly Thorsen and Beverly Troff. • BURT By Mrs Jessie Rash SMALL PARTS CABINETS for home or office. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algonn, Delicious!/ klit/er! tnuftdey, July, 23, 1959 Alflorte (Jo.) Uppif DM PLANTATION BALLROOM WHrttiMORE, IOWA SUNDAY, JULY 26 Lynn Kerns No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 .. Frank Buhr And His Rambler* "*~ Sat., - July 25 Jutes Herman And His Orchestra ^ §un.;- July 28 Mis* Iowa Cotanatioft Ball Jules HeTtnark & O«h. __ ""Sat., - July 25 & Sun,, 26 1:30 P.M. Open 12:30 Miss Iowa Talent Show Each Day — 15 Girls Their Tues,,.- July 28 Teens__ Thurs., - July 30 Bob White & Orch. F» NEVER AGAIN A RUINED ROAST! Husband late? Don't worry about that roast in the oven. You can serve it hours later, still hot, rare, juicy! NEW WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC RANGE KEEPS MEAT HOT, JUICY, DONE TO YOUR TASTE! even if .dinner's delayed for hours! NEW COOKING MIRACLE! Exclusive Serv-Tomp Roapt ^ Guard. < ,t, •',.- neVCT again a ruined roast because dinner was delayed. A mazing Serv-Temp Roast Guard cooks' meat exactly as you want it, then keeps it that way until you're ready to serve it. MpdelAM-30 * Built-in Rotisserie (/VME-30) * Miracle Sealed Oven * 1001 Surface 'Heat* PNU fASIEST CLEANING EVEKt All su/face units and oven heaters »re Westinghouse Plug-Out design ... can be completely rpmoved'for easiest, fastest cleaning ever. No range is,modern without Plug-Out Unite , ,,, and only Westinghouse has ;them. Sim YOU WEN MOKE: \ * Automatic Timer * Super Gorox Unit : it Automatic Surface Unit * Full-width Storage Drawer T0U CAN 8f SURE... $349.95 'and your old rang* ouse BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE Mr and Mrs Clarnce Pillman, Valapariso, Ind., arrived Tuesday afternoon to visit with their three grandsons, Noel, John and Paul Pillman and to visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Rev. and Mrs Leroy Pillman. •Mrs Keith Cousins and children of Rochester, Minn, spent from Thursday till Sunday at the home, of her parents, Mr and Mrs Clayton Angle. Mrs Brink Shipler visited Sunday with her mother, Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf ait Burt. Mr and Mrs R. E. Ridge called at the Oscar Linde home Thursday evening. (Mr and Mrs Don Fafoer and children of Forest City spent Saturday night at the home of Barney Hesvik. Don Bishop of Granada, Minn, was a Sunday guest of Mr and Mrs- Dillard Bishop. Mr and Mrs Glen Curtis returned last week from a week's visit with Mr and Mrs Charles Biers of Sleep Eye, Minn. Sharon Boland, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Boland. Dr. and Mrs Earl De'Zeeuw and Delilah of Orion, 111. are spending a few days with Mrs DeZeeuw's parents, Mr and Mrs Truman Johnson. gathering was held a the Glenn Zwiefel home at Bur recently. Attending were Mrs Dora Schultz and daughters, Mrs Vera Knieff, Mrs Pearl .Grof- funder, Mrs Richard Tibbe'tts, Mrs Velma Greyly, all of Marshall, Minn.; Mrs Anna Schultz and Mrs George Smith and son, "of Davenport; Mr and Mrs Frederick Schultz, Lone Rock; 'Mr and Mrs.-Cecil Householder, Ronald and Judith, Welcome, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Jake Smith and Sheryl, Mrs J. W. Gross and Mr and Mrs Garry Zwiefel, all of Burt. Mrs Sigsbee was hostess to the Monday Birthday Group at her home Monday afternoon. Six women were present. A gift w-as presented to Mrs Sigsbee. The Birthday circle will meet with Clara VanSteemberge July 23 ,The Friendly Four club was entertained at the Swea City home of a member, Mrs Erma Harvey. Dr. and Mrs Robert Mellville and family of Iowa City were recent visitors at Mrs Fred V6gel's. The Tuesday Bridge club met with Millie Bahling this week. Mr and Mrs E. C. Schwieter attended a farewell dinner given at the Paul Hertzke home in La kota Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ar Baum and son Fred left Monday for Colorado and Arizona. A family picnic held at Hum boldt Sunday was in observance of birthdays of Ella Si'gsbee and Mark Behrends. Attending from this area were Mrs Sigsbee, Howard Sigsbee, Mrs Carrie Larson, Mr and Mrs Glee Bullock and sons, Mr and Mrs Ornie Behrends, Mrs Clifford Behrends and children and Gordon Sigsbees, Algona, and the Sieb Behrends family. Rev. and Mrs .Samek and Mr and Mrs Donald Koons are parents of their fourth child, a son, Timothy Donald, born July 16 at Holy Family hospital. He Cheryl were given a welcome back' party at the Methodist church Monday evening. A program was presented followed by SPEAKING PENNY PINCHERS Get Their Biggest Bargain In Electricity ! Today there's probably nothing you buy that ogives'you more for your money than low-cost electricity. 1*16 /other form of energy today does so many ijobs-for so little. Take full advantage of the •biggest bargain in your budget! And remember - ELECTRICITY 15 ALWAYS PENNY-CHEAP! Algona Municipal Utilities Phone CY 4-2333 * * * * INDIAN TITONKA, IOWA nesday, MIDWAY OPEN EVENING OF TUESDAY, JULY 28 BIG STREET P AT 10:00 A.M. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 29 STREET SPORTS FOR EVERYONE In The Afternoon Home Talent Show $100.00 CASH PRIZES In The Evening ! *J Rides! Concessions! Shows! THE MERRIAM MIDWAY SHOWS WILL FURNIS H AMUSEMENT & ENTERTAINMENT TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 29, AND ALL DAY WEDNESDA Y, JULY 30. > * ''* '<, ^ '< f ",* ONE OF THE 7 BIG BESTS CHEVROLET GIVES YOU OVER ANY CAR IN ITS FIELD Take it, not from us, but from official results of this year & Alobilgas Economy Run: Chevy s pennypinching 6 delivers the most miles per gallon in its field. For a pair of these Chevrolet sixes with Powerglide walked away with the first two places in their class, getting the best mpg figure-a whopping 22.88-of any full-sjze car. And here are more expert,••impartial opinions and on-the-record facts backing us up on Chevy s other six bests: BEST TRADE-IN Check the figures in any N. A.D.A.* Guide Book. Chevrolet used car prices last year averaged up to $128 higher than comparable models of the "other two." BEST STYLE TVs the only car of the leading low-priced 3 that's unmistakably modern in every ) : "e. "In its price Class," says POPULAR SCIENCE magazine, "Chevrolet establishes a new high in daring styling." . BEST BRAKES In direct competitive tests of repeated stops from highway speeds, conducted by NASCARt, Chevrolet out-stopped both of the other leading low-priced cars—and why not: Chevy brakes are far larger, built with botuled linings, to help lengthen brake life by as mu''li as 66%. BEST ROOM OfticiaJ dimensions reported to A.M.A.t make this clear. For example, Chevy front seat hip room is up to 5.9 inches wider than comparable cars, BEST ENGINE Every motor magazine has given Chevrolet's standard and Corvette V8's unstinted praise. As SPORTS CARS ILLUSTRATED puts it: "Indeed this device is surely the most wonderfully responsive engine available today at any price." BEST RIDE MOTOR TREND .magazine calls Chevy ••". . . the smoothent, most quiet, softest riding car in -its price class." You'll be able to tell this yourself, instantly. And your Chevrolet dealer can tell you about- a long list of other advantage^ , besides these 7 big ones! "*Nrt({oTiaZ Automobile Dealers Aaso* cidtion ' , ^Niitioiml Association /tor Stock CflW ' Advancement and, Reeedrch '• : ^Automobile, ,...'. ;%;^^ ; Make sure you get the most for your local authorised -Chevrolet CJe^Wlw' v!U!S 106 S. Hall Algonq, Iowa P^';^'^, ^ '\ ' "*rfS - - ' V »'>•- V«A>j»i wlmr-i^OTTl^^ *$",' > ^ • ". i'jrt ,- ,,^,^y^,,, -a,_,,. v ^,,,^ : ^ r ^ 4 , •„ v^jl-^y ^•J^^.iyO'-.tT^K^^ fr^-^vJe -ii.p-^-, ^SfMtS-.l-^ *£ ^-T^^ ' __ r i ' rr \ i f f i* s t. ' •• ."• z *,_ j- *• f -T ^ *•

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