The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1959 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 6, 1959
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'I, NotES or SERVICE at technical schools on the basis cotnbat training at Port Leonard 1 Wood, Mo. He wfis of their interests and aptitudes, " W "JL /««• •£•• ""-\ .*•,•"£-;:•.-•; i They are reassigned - to the *»« ™onka Consohdated School, school aftei 8 four weeks of basic, and are given additional military basic training along with .the technical subjects. irt 1&53 and was a barber at ttie Leibrand Barber Shop, Buffalo entering the Army. LACKLAND AFB, TEXAS — Airman Marvin A. Peterson, above, son of Orval E. Peterson of Biirt, Iowa, has completed his initial course in Air Force basic military training here. He has been selected to attend the technical training course for Medical Specialists at this base. Airman Peterson is a graduate Army Pvt. Harry R. Bbyken. 23, above, son of Eilert D. Boyken, Titonka, recently completed •the eight-week radio relay and carrier operation course at The Southeastern Signal School, Fort Gordon, Ga,. Boyken was train* ed to operate and maintain radio of Burt Community High School, relay systems and carrier equip- Basic airmen at Lackland are selected for specialized training LACKLAND AFB, TEXAS Aviation Cadet Richard A. Dilsworth, above, son'of Mr and Mrs iMelvin C. Ditsworth of Bancroft has completed .training in tho USAF Pre-Flight School here and will be assigned to Hnrlingen AFB, Tex., for training as i navigator. * Cadet Ditsworth is a gradual of St. John's high school and at tended Indiana Technical college During six months at Lack land's Pre-Flight Training School, aviation cadets qualify for assignment to pilot or navigator training schools. There they will receive continued training in 1 LuVerne By Mrs. fern BlglnQi Thursdoy, Auflutt 6, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper ft*t Molnw-S the day with Carroll and Harold Curtis, twin brothers of Mrs Livhly. Cnrroll is a patient nt the Veterans hospHal there, Mrs Emmn Ristau of Nofft Springs is visiting in the home of ier sister-in-law, Mrs Alvena Tk-de. Mr and Mrs C. O. McOlellan, visited the past week nt Lak6 Okoboji with their daughter* Mary, the Lyle Powell family of Yale at a collage there. Elmer Bager of Granby, Colo, has arrived to visit his pnrentsj Mr and Mrs EH Bnger. Sunday guests in the.C. O. McClellan home were Mr and Mrs Nels Nelson of Graettlngcr; Mrs Don Clowes and girls of Renwick mid her mother, Mrs W. S. -Hunt-of Rockwell City .were visitors Friday evening in tho Mr nnd Mrs C. O. McClellan home. Mr nnd Mrs Alvin Weber, 'Mr and Mrs Marry Lichty visited Saturday nnd Sunday in Cedar Rapids with Mr and Mrs Ken* nclh Sorensen. Mr and Mrs ISrwin Meyers of Frccmont, Nob. visited friends ment. He entered the Army last" the flying phase of their aeron- February and completed basic autical education. LOCALS Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison drove to Des Moines Thursday, July 30, to meet their daughters, Mrs Norman Newton and little son Michael and Joanne Hutchison of Tucson, Ariz., who will be here for a rather extended visit. Mr and Mrs James Egli were visited last week Thursday by the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Harold McAfee, Tom and Rickie of St. Louis, Mo. Other mests later in the week were jiflrs George Norton', Melanie and 'Carol and Mrs Wayne Carver, Vicki and Jeff, Monrovia, Calif. Als0 the sister- and mother of Mrs Egli, Mrs Marvin Poppen and Mrs John Vetter respectively of Manson. ' Those coming from a distance to attend the funeral of Mrs Benjamin Southgate, wife of a former Congregational pastor were the sons and daughters, Dr. and Mrs Paul Southgate, Mrs Nicholas Furjanick, Long Beach, Cal., Mrs Don Thorp, Seattle, Wash., (Mr and Mrs Robert Southgate, Ypsilanti, Mich., and the grandson and wife, Mr and Mrs Charles Stevenson, -Minneapolis. Mrs Southgate was mother of Mrs Olive Herbst and for some time had lived on the west coast. Drivers Enter Races Two Des Moines race drivers, Jimmy Jones and Marty Bright- mart, became two of the first entrants in the big auto races at the 'Kossuth County Fair this week. They filed entries and are slated to pilot autos around tho half-mile track during the seven event program at the fair Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 19. Jones drives an Oftfenhauser, while Brighton drives an Olds conversion which he built himself. Time trails will begin at 1:30 p.m. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and Jane attended the open house honoring Mr and Mrs Joe Culbertson's 25th anniversary. here Saturday evening and with his daughter, Marlene at Hardy. Mr and Mrs Fred Morkle and Mat-gene were Sunday visitors with his sister, Esther Mcrklc at LeMars. Rev. and Mrs Howard Marty and four children of Kalona and her niece Judy Cormnck of Billings, Mont, are guests in the parental Mr and Mrs Henry Marty home. Mrs Arthur Ramus of Des Moines spent, the past week with Mrs Dora Ramus, mother of Mrs Ramus. Mr and Mrs Roland Walline and Sandra were recent weekend visitors with her parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Swanson at Osco, 111. The occasion was a gathering of all their children to honor 'Mr Swanson who was 70 years old July 15. Herbert Huff, employed m Cedar Rapids during the summer, visited his parents, Mr anc Mrs David Huff and Harry over the weekend. Mrs Phil C. LicMy and daugh ter, Mrs John Ramus drove Wed nesday to Marshalltown to spent Mr and Mrs Henry Pcrgnndc nttondcd n Drip family reunion Sunday in Cedar Falls. .lorry Patterson nnd Richard Krauso of Chanute Air Base, Rnntoul, 111. were weekend visi : lors in the parental Milo Patterson and Clarence Krnuse homos. Lorrio, daughter of Mr and Mrs Klmer Wendt of Bode, is visiting her cousins, Lynn nnd Bradley Bikings in the Robert Bikings homo. Picnic supper guests at HIP Clnrenre Krause homo Saturday in honor of their son Richard of C'hiinule Air Base wore their son, Mr and Mrs Howard Krauso nnd Sons nmi thoir aunt, Emmn Kr;iust\ Li-Hoy Wober has returned fnun two week's training with the Fort Dodge Air Force Ntvtion- !i! Ciiinrd nt Knnknkcc, 111. Mrs Earl Deltnering Sr.. and son Freddie have returned from n vacation trip. They visited her sifter, the Mrs George Fay family nt Fall City, Neb. Then on to Fontiinn, Kansas, to visit her • mother, Mrs Laura Funk. While there a reunion of all her chil- li-en was enjoyed, They then vent to Fort Campbell, Ky., to isit their son and brother, Sgt. nd Mrs Enrl Detmorityg, Jr. Since home Mrs DotmeriiiR re- eivecl word that her older broth- T, Lloyd Funk suffered a severe lenrt attack Saturday and is very critical. Mr nnd Mrs Ed Preussner and iimily of Mason City visited Saturday with Mr and Mrs Allen 31ake and family. Mr nnd Mrs Earl Dotmoring, Sr. were Sunday guests in HIM home of their son, Mr and Mrs Robert Detmering and family at Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Vernon Daley attended n reunion of her 1939 class of the Algona high school held at the Algona country club, Saturday. E, A. Carpenter. A lunch was served by the hostess. Charles Besondonf of Frost visited, his sister, Mrs Friedfl Prey Monday nnd Thursday evening of last week. Mr Herman MoustM was taken to the- Blue Earth Community hospital Friday for medical treatment. Mr nnd Mrs Fred Dutton nnd Ellsworth went to Okoboji Sun- dny to spend sovernl days nt the Methodist Bible earn p. Mr nnd Mrs E. A. Carpenter nnd family, Mr nnd Mrs Williiim Mnlher nnd Hev. ;mcl Mrs Frgfl Sninek nnd Sheryl went to Man- halo Sunday where they hnd pienii 1 with family. the Willinm K1mlu>i 42 1B^^ Bl i"4 M,.«» MM Mi M ^B *f FfUKA ! t£bM< i ^>bA*>' . MOVES OUT FROM DOWN TOWN t SUNDAY! FOR 3 DAYS! HUTCHINS CHAMPLIN A GREAT NAME IN THE GREAT PLAINS CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER OIL CHANGE GREASE JOB MUiSifCLANlD CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER si FINN'S * "CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER Certificate For DECORATED CAKE For Any Occasion Saturday Special — Home Style Bread — Delicious Cookies Ice Cream — $1.32 Gallon — All Flavors BB^BsHIHBl^BMBBi^^N^MB^^^^^^^^^B™*""^^^^^*^^*^^* ALGONA REFRIGERATION Clarence J. Distcrholl of Will- ui'K recently oomplHi'd 411 years service on tin- sumo runil mnil cnrripr rouln, Mr Di^tcrhult who has 2U> yrnrn to RD brfoiv retirement has served under six postmasters. and her boscxn companions TOMY CURTIS JACK — PLUS BONUS FEATURE ! JOHN DINNER ALSO - 2 COLOR CARTOONS NOW! Ends Sat. 19c TWO $1.98 H! -FIDELITY CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER CARSON'S (FORMERLY COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY) 'CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" ONE GALLON PRATT & LAMBERT OUTSIDE WHITE PAINT $6.85 VALUE FREE SERVICE CALL FOR HOME APPLIANCES CULL HARDWARE "CUSTOMER 'GIFT SHOWER" • LARGE CHROME STEEL Serving Tray ATTRACTIVE SIMULATED VALUE GOLD HANDLES JEWELRY CASE SOFTLY LINED RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY "CUSTOMER GIFT SHOWER" LADIES' TONY'S CITIES SERVICE & DAIRY BAR "CUSTOMER SIFT SHOWER" S3 CREDIT CITIES » ON Grease Job AND Oil Change LEDYARD By Mrs D. B. Mayer A family gathering was held at the Eldon Dontje home Sun^ clay evening honoring the birthdays of Phyllis Dontje and John Walterman, Bonnie Tietz and Ernest Burrow of St. Paul were weekend visitors at the Glen Burrow home. Mr and 'Mrs Walter Potcr ura moving this week to Amiboy, (Minn., where he has accepted a position as manager of the creamery and buttermaker. Mr Peter /was buittcrm/aker and manager of the Ledyard Creamery for some years before resigning this spring. The following Boy Scouts went to Okoboji Sunday to spend a week at the Scout camp: Fred Munyer, Jr., Jim King, Jerry Gilbertson, Danny In'glet, Leo Miller, Dale Brandt and Konnie Jorgenson. Mrs Gertrude Wiemer went to Des Moines Sunday to visit at the home of her 'brother and his wife, the John J. Tillmoneys. 'Mrs Mary Bashara and Rosalyn and Tom arrived home on Saturday evening after a two week vacation trip. Mrs Lillian Brack and two grandchildren, P r i s c i 11 a and Mickey Miller of Buffalo Center came home Thursday after a vacation trip. Mrs Frieda Frey and her daughter, Mrs James Burris of Bradgate attended the funeral of a brother-in-law of Mrs Frey's Harm Groen at Meservey last Monday. Mr and Mrs Carl Noyes of Grand Marias, Minn, spent Thursday visiting Mrs Noyes' mother Mrs Hazel Carpenter. Mr and Mrs Gus Simonsmeiei came home from Mason City Thursday where Mr Simonsmeier lad undergone major surgery a Mercy hospital. Mrs Eugene Sallow of Wilming .on, Delaware and Mrs Eva Jacobs of Guernsey are visiting this week at the home of their arother, John Hartshorn. Mr and 'Mrs J. F. Sullivan, Jeremiah and Madonna visited Sunday at the Jim Whitcomb home in Albeit Lea. Mr and Mrs Harold Warner and daughters took Mrs Lena Warner to Algona Wednesday evening where she will visit through Sunday.. • Mr and Mrs John Klooster and family attended the annual Tapper reunion at Webster City Sunday. Mrs Regina Poppe received word of the birth of two grandsons this past week. Mr and Mrs Dalton Poppe became the parents of a baby boy July 21 at th'e Blue Earth hospital. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Poppe had a baby boy born July 26 at the Blue Earth hospital. Mr and Mrs Merril Hagedorn and children ol Ronsonville, New York arrived Tuesday to spend a month's furlough at the home of Mrs Hagedorn's mother, Mrs Trenary, Mr and Mrs 'Marvin Lloyd aro the parents of a baiby boy born July 22 at the Blue Earth hospital. Mrs Fred Anderson and daughter of Toronto, Canada visited from Thursday to Saturday at the William Wiemer home. The Esther circle met Thursday .afternoon at the home of Mrs William. Mather Jr. Mrs Marig Halvorson was in charge of "the 'program and she was assisted by Mrs Glen Burrow, ' Mrs gotten- field : Mrs Cecil Pinigel an<J Mrs MARiLYM MONROE and her bosom companions TONY CURTIS jACklfMMOrV In • BILLY WILDER production 'SOME L'KE /T DRIVE NOW! ENDS SATURDAY! MARLON MONTGOMERY DEAM BRANDO CLIFT-MARTIN In war...they were the Young ^^M » jtwJ&lB Lions ALSO Bugs Bunny Cartoon "Some Like It Hot" Moves To Drive-In Theatre Sunday! .— HOPE IMIGE-BARBARA RUSH-MAY BRITT PLUS BROADWAY'S BIG BOY-LOVIS- PAJAMA-GIRL SENSATION IS ON THE SCREEN! DoriSDary ^ , The Pajawa Game WARNERCOLOR ALWAYS: TWO COLOR CARTOONS STARTS SUNDAY! FOR 3 DAYS! GLORIOUS IN DELUXE COLOR! THE HlRison COMPW mm- WILLIAM JOHN FORD'S THUNDERING SPECTACLE .CONSTANCE TOWERS, Cpjper Color Carton ^w/y$$$i

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