The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1959 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 30, 1959
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6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Motnet 6561 '06 Vf ^-> fa..,3..-^ ..... . ... . .....___„,__... T . TT . . - - ---.--n J--JJL ur_i'mr-. -'.r-.r-arTT-rr 1 iLJT ' —-- —Bronc .Busting At Fair daughter. Afmrtto is being fared or by her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ted Trunnelle at Wesley. Mr and Mri W. A» roster had as their guests recently <the former's brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs Jess Foster and grandson. Tim Guckes of Long Beach, Calif, The visitors will return. in August when the local Fosters celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. _o— Pack 70 of the Cub Scouts realized $160.72 on their recent paper drive. According, to Cub- mnsler Virgil Rohlf, the amount was greatly increased due to the help of Merle Potter who hauled the collected bundles free of charge to Minneapolis, where they were sold. Pack 70. con.'ist- ing of 6 Dens, is new this year. Money raised in the paper drive will be used to buy new American, Iowa and Pack flags; will pay the Cub's yearly and weekly dues and lake? care of other expenses. This saddle bronc action is almost certain to be duplicated during the North Iowa Fair Rodeo of Champions in Mason City, August 13 and 14. The rider is Freckles Brown, Lawton, Okla.,-one of the many top cowboys planning to compete in Mason City. wucKing stock for the rodeo will be furnished by the Roberts Rodeo Company, Mayetta and Strong City, Ktms. a . . ; . AROUND ALGONA Mr and Mrs Craig Smith and family left 'Monday for a vacation at Lake Okoboii., Mrs Lloyd Sieiriman and her mother, Mrs Sarah Smith, went to Adair Monday to attend funeral services for a sister of Mrs -Smith's. —o— 'Guest speaker at the Presbyterian church Sunday, August 1 will be Toy Haworth of Ann-strong. Tom Hutchison will bo guest soloist. Sheridan Strayer, ministerial student at McCormick Seminary in Chicago, and son of the Keith Strayers of Algona, will speak August 9 and the pastor, Rev. M. H. Brower will be back in the pulpit after his vacation August 16. f Clara Phillips of Grinnell is spending a few weeks here with her sister-in-law, Mrs Dick Phillips. Mr and Mrs Gene Heimer havo as their guests, the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mi-and Mrs Dan Heimer, Barbara .and Kathy of Chicago. —o— Dr. and Mrs Ray Hobsoh and daughter, Alice of Marcus.spent Saturday here with Dr. Hobs-on'3 brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson. , 1 fV,nii,T, Tom Vinson, son of Mr and Mrs Craig Vinson of Rock Rapids is visiting his grandmother, Mn Milton Dahl here. Tom will bo here the rest of the week. Mimi Wright, daughter of 'M and Mrs Brail Wright, spent th weekend at. Clear Lake with- he brother and sister-in-law, M and Mrs B6'b Wright. City, the gathering Mrs Maude Blanchard, mother 6f Mrs Alme and Mrs Sthultit on her seventy-eighth birthday, ,Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer flrftf family attended the Ketelseri family reunion at Storm Lake Sunday. ' Mr nnd Mrs Carroll Olson at- Armstfoflg. A bfctric was enjoyed by the fellow faculty members and families and file members of rthe school board ahd their families. Mr and Mrs Webb have been 'teaching in the public school for the past 7 years,,, They are moving to Decorah where Mr- Mrs Mary Lytle and daughter. Jen, Madison, Wis. left for their home Tuesday after spending several days at the parental Robert Carney home. They also pent a few days at Lake Okoboji, immy Koch, who came with the ^ytles is remaining with his grandparents until the weekend when his parents, Mr and Mry 3wald Koch, Madison, will meet he Carncys at West Union. Jimmy will go home and the Koch laughter, Mary Lou will come icre to visit. 'Mr and Mrs Carney have also had as guests recently, .Mr and Mrs Hcinie Fisher of Walker, Minn. —o— Mr and Mrs Gail Towne ara caving this week for Santa Maria, Calif, where they will visit their son-in-law and daughter, Lt. Col. and Mrs R. E. Clapper and sons. (Mrs Clapper is tho former Betty Lou Towne. The other daughter, Burdone, plans do fly out to join them later. Burdene's husband, Dr. H. G. Ludlow, was recently appointed dean of men at the University of Indiana at Bloomington. He has been on the faculty at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. The family plans to move to Bloomington as soon as they can dispose of their home. Off osen Lady Honored At Farewell Party tended the wedding of Gerry Hofstad and Dawn Freeman at the Congregational church at Emmotsburg Sunday evening, ,Mr and Mrs Earl Long Spent the weekend at Sutherland. Saturday evening they attended the wedding of Helen Larvge to Alaii Hart at the Methodist church. Mrs Don Lango of Cedar Falls wns matron of honor and Kenneth Bralland was ring-bearer. , ; Mr and Mrs Lester Wdhrspahtt ! and Mr and Mrs H. D. Benson spent Sunday at the Dean Nilges home of Sumner. .. .-. Mr and Mrs W. H. Wehrspann accompanied Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehrspann and sons^o.thC Baas family reunion at Fairmorft Sunday. ' • -i, . Sunday truest* at the Donald Usher home were Mr and Mrs Harold Henr.ik.son and Jan Powell of. Emmetsburg, Mr arid Mrs Louis Henriksoh and daughters.. of West Bend and Mrs Helerf Rasmussen. Naomi Slruthers, Mrs H. J, Nielsen and Mrs Donald Usher attended funeral services for Mrs Jane Ralph at Rolfe Saturday. Mr and Mrs Russell Banwar.t and family of Sioux City were Thursday evening visitors at the Leo Toftebergs. Sunday evening visitors was Mrs Bertha Schipull of Lu Verne. Sunday guests at the Bernarc Streit home were Mr and Mrs George Keostler and Vicki ..a. Burt. - ^ ' Tom Olson and Mr and Mrs Orville Olson and family of Bodo were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs Helen Rasrnussen. Webb will be the principal in the junior high school. Supt. E. fi. Stewart announces that football practice .will start on Monday, Aug. 24. School will again open for the fall on Monday, Aug. 31, Mr and Mrs -Wallace Schaeffer, Alice and David drove to Ames Sunday' to visit at the Robert Finch home. Mr and Mrs Finch are the proud parents of a son lobert Lewis Finch, Jr., born July 23 at an Ames hospital. Mr and Mrs V. E. Hazelhoff and guest Rayoma Truhe visited Sunday with Mr Hazelhoff's parents Vlf and Mrs A. J. Hazelhoff 01 .akeview. The WSCS of the Methodis church wifl meet Aug. 5 at 2:30 n the church parlors. fteVof Softs will be given by Mrs Ed Stewart. Mrs Mervin JohnsoA has charge of the program and Mrs Frank Smouse will furMsh the music. KbsteEses will be Mesdames Alvin Ewirtg, Bernard Doofl, Rena Haglund, Vina Ha-gmnd, Harold Anderson, George Eden and Ivan Elliott. Mrs Mervin 'JohhSon was honored Sunday by relatives: at a basket picnic dinner at their home on her birthday.- Those present were Mrs Cora Stow ,of Burt, Mr and Mrs W. Ei. Stow and Pamela of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Ben Wibben, Katfcy, Joy and Sue and Mrs David Hankins and-Kurt of Algona, Mr and Mra Nels Godfredson, Mr and Mrs Eddie Godlredson, Eugene and Sandra of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Harold Kranlz, Roger and Marlu and Mr -and Mrs Cecil Godfred- Mr and Mrs Joe Vpllrrier of Bancroft called at the George iHarner home Sunday afternoon. . Mr and Mrs Jitft fleeter! 'and children called on Mr and -Mrs Morris Jtfbaftfcesen near Armstrong Friday evening, . Afreston pfchte wkslheld Sunday at the Sibley Park ai Hah* kato,- Minn. Those from here attending were Mr and ,Mrs JoS Preston, Mr and -Mrs Roger Linde and boys, Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen, Mr and Mrs Duane Jensen and Mr and Mrs Jim Preston and children. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Heinselmart and family of Plymouth were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Walter R. Smith. Mr and Mrs Marvin Foster and Steven of Garner were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Wm. -Bol- ahd. Mr and Mrs Wm. Boland, Jr. and. children of Fort Dodge stopped Monday morning at the Win. Boland home. - . Mrs Frank Smouse attended the alumni celebration of -the graduation class of 1939 at the Aigona School Saturday.' WANT ,AD3 ftfttNQ PHONE CY 4-3535 .-. YOUR By Clair Blossom GOLF Many women as well as men are making their way to the green for their favorite outdoor pastime. With each | year, the I populari t j } if golf is m the in r e a s e. Since it j probably is |n o i your 11 o c k in I rade, play r or p 1 e a, ;ure and I really en- I joy the "h e alihful outdoors. Professional golfers do have an astonishing amount of skill. Just keep at it yourself and you are bound to bring about much improvement.. Insurance is no sideline with us but a serious full time business We always have your best interests at heart and are ready willing and able to come to your assis lance. Insure with Blossom Insurance Agency, 109 N. Dodge Street, Algona. Phone CYpres 4-2735. Mrs Goldie Guderian spent Sunday at Hanlonlown attending the 75th anniversary of the arrival of the Furness family in America. About 110 people were at the reunion. Swea City News By 'Mrs Cecil Godfredson ON ALL SUMMER COSTUME JEWELRY! 000 Mr -and Mrs Don Price., oi Sioux City are parents of a three- week old son by adoption. He has been named Kelly Eugene. Mrs Price is the former 'Marcie Putz, daughter of Mrs Mildred Putz, Algona. —o— Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt __and four children of Clear L-:ike spent the weekend here. Bob Pratt, who spent the week' here .with his grandmother, Mrs Milton Dahl and at the R. B. Waller home, returned to Clear Lake with them. Mr and Mrs Joe Dahlhauser became the parents of a daughter born early Sunday morning- at St. Ann hospital. She weighed 8 pounds and 1 ounce. This makes a family of four each of sons and daughters for the Dahl- hausers. Mr and Mrs Lewis Gilbride, Dwight and Ronald are leaving Thursday for Milwaukee and Chicago to visit relatives and to attend some baseball games. The Gems From Diamond's Lead, Zinc, and Tilaniam WHITF EXTERIOR PAINT 99 Gallon Reg. $5.50 Value 5 GALLON PAIL ONLY $18.88 Leader All-Purpose WHITE PAINT Perfect for fences, out buildings, or primer coat. 5 GALLON LOTS $11.25 , SYMPHONY IN COLOR HARMONY RUBBER LATEX WALL PAINT Pries in minutes, a beautiful paint to work with and see. »* SBJ1Q S 99 Gallon SUPER BRIGHT REP OUTSIDE BARN PAINT 99 Gallon i 5 GALLON PAIL ONLY $19.50 Ottosen — Mrs Emory Johnson was honored at a farewell party Thursday "afternoon at the home of Mrs W. G. Cooper. Guests were iMrs Edward Zinnel, Mr; Selma Nelson, Mrs Jess Van Bus kirk, Mrs Essie Cooper, Mrs Art hur Lovig, Mrs Helen Campbell, Mrs John Vinaas, Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Lillian-Wehrspann, Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mrs, Mike Coyle, Mrs Helen Fisher and Doris Shipley.. The ladies presented Mrs Johnson with a cash gi'ft. A pot luck lunch was sei-ved. The Johnsons will move to Cylinder. -* * Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain attended' a theological conference at St. Olaf College, Nbrthtfield, Minn, from Monday until Wednesday. Paul Freeman, son of Mr and Mrs Cletis .Hundertmark, was baptized at the Lutheran church Siinday. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Ferris Hundertmark of Bode. Other guests for dinner ait the Cletis Hundertmark home were the paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Frank Hundertmark of Livermore, and the maternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Tendafl, Adeline Tendall and the baby's .great grandmother, Mrs Emma Sandeno of Belmond. Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards accompanied by Mrs Leona Warrior of Iowa Falls left Sunday morning for Seattle, Wash., where hey will visit Mr and Mrs Glenn Norman for a few weeks. Mr and Mrs C. M. Pederson and their grandchildren Sherry Jo and Jane Pederson of .Fullerton, Calif, and Mr and Mrs Cliff Lander of Thor were Wednesday evening and Sunday dinnfcr and supper guests at the I. E. Movick nome. Mr and Mrs Howard Thompson and Holly were also supper guests. Mr and Mrs Magnus'Bratland, Mrs Mina Wehrspann and Mr and Mrs Leo Tofteberg attended the Bratland family reunion at Goteh Park at Humboldt Sunday. The card club with their families enjoyed a picnic and swimming at Algona Sunday. Attending were the Dean Telfords, LeRoy Worbys, Louis Jacobsons, Ralph Jacobson, James Jacobsons, Allan Wehrspanns, Richard Kinseths, Howard Thompsons. Bernard Coyles of Lu Verne and the Conrad Johnsons. Saturday overnight and Sunday guests of Peter Holt were Mike Haugerud of Harmony. Minn, and Dale Bergland of Grand Meadows, Minn. Tommy Jacobson celebrated his seventh birthday July 24. Evening callers at the Louis Jacobsons for the occasion were 'Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie, Mrs Gunda Enockson, Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Avian and Timmie Schultz, who was also an overnight guest. Mr and Mrs Mike Fr0hling attended the Tapper family reunion at Webster City Sunday. •Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family, Mv and Mrs Roger Madsen, and Mr and Mrs Chester Alrne attended a picnic at the G W. Blanchard home at Maseru Mr and Mrs George Spoo ^o- Truro have moved to Swea Ci|y into the Bill Wel,tha house. ' The American Legion and Auxiliary will hold their picnic dinner Aug. 2 at the Legion hall. Lillian Kvamsdale, daughter ol Ole Kvamsdale, left Sunday, July 19 to return to Bolivia, South America. She will work under World Mission Prayer League, a Lutheran missionary fellowship. Two adults and three children were received inito the membership of Immanuel LlTtheran church- at the .services Sunday morning. .Pastor and Mrs Leroy Pillman, Noel, John and Paul left Monday fotv a vacation on Coon Lake, Wyoming, Minn.. During the Pillman's absence Gary. Gatoel will be in charge of the worship service at Immanuel Lutheran church August 2. Mr and Mrs Randall Webb and boys were guests of honor at a farewell -party at the home of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Johnson of ALL JEWELRY See Our Extra Special Jewelry Bargains ! Unbelievable Prices ! Necklaces Bracelets, Earrings, Pins. RUSK TOM TODAY ORROW - SATURDAY 585 DRESSES - HATS SKIRTS - BLOUSES SHORTS - SLACKS- PEDDLE PUSHERS

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