The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1959 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 13, 1959
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•Society Motes Mifts Johnson Engaged Af F&mity Pichio Mr and Mrs John Lentseh and family attended a bmily picnic Sunday at Old Settlors Park, Livermore, joining Mi's L&wi ence Curran, Mr and Mrs Robert ttard- c'opf, Mr and Mrs Hartild Curran, Corwith arid' Mrs Nellie DeJderfield, Los Angeles, Califi arid others. Guild To Meei The Guild of St. Thomas Episcopal church will meet Thursday, Aug. 13, at 2 p.m. at the church Hostesses will be Mrs Glenn Shore • and Mrs Glen Kanayv Abtwe, Tjaden will have charge of the program. The engagement and approach' ing marriage of Karen Johnson, shown here> to Jan W. Gardner has been, announced. Miss Johnson is the daughter" of Mrs Clifford Johnson, and bhe late Mr Johnson and Mr Gardner's par- ents'are, Mr and Mrs Orville 1 Gardner, all of Algona. The ceremony will take place Sunday, Oct. 4, at 2 p.m., in Trinity Lutheran church here. (UDM Engraving) '"i; , ; / Auxiliary Met Algpna's American Legion Auxiliary held a meeting at the hall Monday evening. Reports on the convention at Pes. Moines were given by Arlene Kenyon, Elizabeth Post and Phyllis Carr. Lillie"Foth participated in memorial services at Des Moines during which three Algona persons, Mrs' Edna Smith,'- Susan Boekelman and Irrna Davidson, wera honored. Nell Larson, Lillie Foth and Mrs Post were named to attend the county convention at Bancroft and program speakers, were Walt Thorns and Jim Wil-' kens." Lunch was served by the publicity committee, Ann Clark, i thairman. Lakota Woman Observes Her Birthday Lakoia — Mrs Ida Ukena at a rest home in Hurt observed her 87lh birthday Saturday. In tho morhing her son, Rev. Gerald Ukena, his wife and daughters of West" Union, their son Rev. J, B. Ukena and family of Greenfield visited with her. In the afternoon Mrs Jerry Ukena and Mrs Jerry Heetland brought her a birthday cake and Mrs Frauke Scha- dendprf and Mrs Elizabeth Schaper visited hen New Legion Officers The Lakoia American Legion held Uhe annual election of officers at their last meeting. They are as follows: commander, Edwin Sleenhard; 1st vice commander, James Meurer; 2nd vice commander, Harold Olthoff; adjutant, Robert Ruby; chaplain, Arnold Becker; Sgt. at arms, Gene Garrett; service officer, Robert Stenzel; and historian, Melvin Schroeder. Flower Show Set ' The public is cordially invited to attend the flower show put on, by the Lakota Garden Club Wednesday, Aug.. 19 at the city hall at Lakota. The show will Local Girl Honey Queen Linda Riedel, 16, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Riedel, Algona, shown above, was named Honey Queen at the annual meeting of Kossuth county bee keepers held at Titonka Sunday, Aug. 2. Miss Riedel, who will be a junior in Algona high school this fall, will appear in the state bee keepers booth during the Iowa State Fair at Des Moines later this month as a representative of the Kossulh bee keepers. (Long's Studio Photo—UDM Engraving). be opened from 1:30 to 9 p.m. There* will be a lecture by Mrs C. 3,. Jerisvold. A lunch wilj tw> served at bhe show. Everyone is urged to come and entef their flowers and plants iri the first flower show in Lakota. Roger Neumatt, son o'f Mr and Mi*s Frank Neuman, left Thursday morning for Grove City, Minn, where he will visit for ten days at the home of his uncle arid farniiy, the Joe Neumans. Mr and Mrs Frank Neurman and fanv ly spent Sunday at Albert L^a where they attended the Erikson" Johnson family reunion. Mr and Mrs Junior Poppe and iaby were Sunday guests at the ibtne of Mr and Mrs Albert Soetz. Mr and 'Mrs Adolph Poppe joined them in the afternoon. Sunday evening callers at the A. C. Klocke home were Mr arid Mrs Henr~y Boettcher, Mr and Vtrs Adplph Poppe and Mrs Lena Schwarz. * . "• Mr arid Mrs Richard Zielske at;ended a family picnic held at the Swea City Park Sunday afternoon and honoring Mr and Mrs Alfred Zielske on their 30th wed-' ding anniversary. (Mr and, Mrs Fred Schroeder visited at the home of her sister' and family, Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid and David in Algona Sunday. Miss Marvel Odland, formerly of Detroit is visiting with her sister and family, Mrs W. D. Ley for a time. A/2C Waynard Rippentrop arrived at the parental Albert Rippentrop home Monday from Forbes Air Base, Kansas on a 21- day leave. His wife will join him here this week. Mrs Merlin Krosch of Grant was a Tuesday visitor at the Elsie Baum home and Sunday, Mr and Mrs Marvin Baum and Marva Lee of Clear Lake, Mr Bill Baum of Des Moines, Marge Heintz of Mershalltown and Mr and Mrs Irvin Schwietent of Burt spent the day with Elsie. Mr and Mrs Chris Asmus&en accompanied .their daughter and family, the Merton Urbans of Amiboy, Minn, to Minneapolis Thursday. Lee Olson accompanied Mr and Mrs Ben Bahling oi Burt to Mandan, N. D. Friday where they will visit Mr Olson's and Mrs Bahling's sister, Mrs R. S. John, who is ill. Mrs Arnold Becker underwent an emergency appendectomy Sunday morning at the Buffalo 'Center hospital. She is doing nicely. Virgil Barrett Jr. of Sheldon brought his two brothers, Clare and Oherald home Sunday morning. * Chuck Ennenberg of the J. E .Ukena Company has just, re turned from Minneapolis '.where bef attended a* meeting. ^%te»£' Mr and Mrs Earl Paulson', "Eu gene and Marcia spent Sunday visiting with the W. B. Mulver- hills at Ames. Carol Winter, _ Mankato, is spending three weeks vacation at the parental Ray, Winter home. Lena Gutkeneeht attended funeral services."for Mildred Bente at' Mason City Tuesday. Mrs Ted Wallentine, Mrs R.-.y- mond Winter, Mrs Richard Zielske,, Mrs C. A. Gutkeneeht and Mrs Ronald Schroeder attended -a pre-nupti'al shower Thursday in the Baptist church at Bancroft honoring Karen Friels, daughter of Mr and Mrs David Friets, who will be married the latter part of this month to Dr. Russel Larsen. They will be married in Hopkins, Minn. . Wednesday overnight guests at the W. D. Ley home were her sisters, Mrs Art Norland of Sioux Falls, S." D. and Marvel Odlund Of Detroit, Mich. Attending a dinner party at the Algona Country Club, hosted by Mr and Mrs Russell Buchanan Tuesday evening, were M? Mrs Robert Hamilton,, Mr. Mrs I. E. Wortman and M? Mrs Don Boyd. Mrs Lena i-schwar?, of and Mr and Mrs Walter-.Klogke of Ledyard were Sunday evening callers -at the Fred Christ horn]&. Jan and .Jane Maltese ot Waterville spenl this week" visiting at the Robert Hamilton hoijib. They returned home with tbc Hamiltons who ha.d Spent Uio last ten days at their cabin. Scoutmaster 'Gottlieb Ri6ffer took Gary Anderson, D a r y 1 Christ and James Rose to Carap Peterson near Lake C-kobojl Sup- day. The boys spent this week there. Mr Rieffoir regained VHlft them until Tuesday afternoon when Elmer Haas took ovfcr until Thursday evening wiien Cecil Anderson took over for the •est of the week.' (Sunday afternoon guests at tho A. G. Klocke home were Mr arjcf } Mrs Clarence Schwarz arid ttfm-' ily of Blue Earth," Minn, and Mrs Lena Schwarz. Thursday overnight guests at >he Mrs Elizabeth Schaper homo were her niece and children, Mr and Mrs J. E. Ellis, Virginia, Jean, Barbara and Karen of Buf- 'alo, Minn. , : Lurene Barrett, student, riurpc at Mercy Hospital in DCS Moines left Friday after spending a four week vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs V. A. Barrett, for Council Bluffs, Iowa where she will bake a three 1 month course in psychiatric training at St Bernard's hospital. Mr and Mrs Glenn Mabus and sons spent the weekend at Galena, 111. with her sister and family, Mr and Mrs Larry Stafford. 6unday guests at bhe VeriVon Smith home were Mr and ; Mi'& James F. Smith, Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland and the Rev. arid Mrs Otto Frerking of Mansqn. < Mr and Mrs Arlow$ and sons left Friday for a visit several dnys with the M«ynafd Whites nt Staunchfipld, Minn, nnd the Wayne Heetland family in Minneapolis, •Mrs I. E, Woriman- had as n guest, the past week her sister, Mrs A. E. Allen of Eagle Grove, Tho annual pirnic for St. Paul's Lnriirs, Aid was held nt Hucttnpr Gardens last Wednesday. Lconn Christ was in charKe of the following program: devotions by Rev. Moinwkc; poem, T e n n Sachs; vocal solo, Donna Hort/ke. Various guessing gmnes on nnrnt's Ctf flowers concluded the (vftdr- noon. Ailoon Dorcnbush nnd committee prepared the lunch. Mr and Mrs Anton Kurdons and family moved tho latter r>a,rl of last week into their now homo, Mr and Mrs Sven L. Hagstead of Hlue Earth announco the en)- a « o m(-nt nnd rippi-onching mflrringo of thoir daughter, Marian, to Darwin Meyer of Lakola. The wedding is planned for Sept. U). Weekend callers at I ho V. A.. Barrett home wore Mr and Mrs Frank Fit/.gerald of Lime Springs. They helped Mrs Barrett celebrate her birthday. •Mr and Mrs Dennis Murray and sons of Norlhfiold, Mlmi. spent Tuesday evening at. the parental, Dr. 11. H. Murray home. Mrs H. 11. Murray visited al the home of her brother, the Peter Hansons at Forest City Friday. Last Sunday callers at the .Hannah llcclland home were Mr .and Mrs Melvin Howe of Mason City, Mrs Schultcr and David of West Bend. This week Mr and Mrs John Steinberg of Florida \vere callers. Mr and Mrs T. R. Eslle attended funeral services for William Payne Friday afternoon in the Methodist church at. Swea City. St, Paul's Luther League met at the home of Dennis Boettchet 1 last Monday evening. Servers for the evening worn Dennis Boottchor, Dennis and R11 a WerinKa hnd Daryl Christ, llo- bertn Adcly was in charge of hymns and prayer. Daryl Christ gave the topic. The' Luther League is sending four dole-gales «t the town District Convention Aug. 7-9. P*»uln Nil* will be tho voting dolognle and other attending are Carolyn Hlome, Paul Geilehfeldt nnd Richard Cushman. Kent Gcrzoma, son of Mr and Mrs C, C. Ger/ema loft Monday morning on tho cloven day tour for Explorer Scouts of, America, Mr and Mrs Robert Boomer nnd family returned home Hun- day from a week's vacation spent nt the Becnier cottage at Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs H. Frcrichs ot Madison, S. D. visited his mother nt the home of his sister and family, the Carl Ger/.emaK, last Sunday. Gloria Rao Pannkuk of Lompoc, Calif, was a visitor the past week with her aunt, Mrs William Wirtjcs and family. A polluok supper last Wednesday cvoniivR at the Mel/ Brothers home honored Mr and Mrs Henry Parschauor of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Can. Those attending from this area nil relatives!, wfere Mr and Mrs WiljHwln Of iesfli and family, Adotph Maasa and: daughter, Mr nnd Mrs Emost Hcidix'ker and Marvin of Lakotn. The Lincoln Itandy Helper.^ 4-il git'ls c-nmpod for two days at Buss Lake recently. Joycfe Johnson nnd Sandra VarvHovc gavo talks. Lunch was served by Mrs Gladiolus Show This Week End -to-School 19 Check Every Box Check Every Box Men's Washable REVERSIBLE t JACKETS Small only • all colors Si 99 flannel reverse 1 Men's Wash 'n Wear JACKETS Values to $6.95. Have 4-botton closure on lower front. Knit cuff . $«00 and waist band 4* Metal FOQT LOCKERS Terrific price and sure to go fast during this ($"195 Event I SPORT SHIRTS Clearance Sale. Hurry! You'll have a picnic buying these $ $5 shirts for only ___i IVY PANTS Reg, $5.95 *— 5 new shades. All new colors—300 to $O98 choose from. All Si?es. V New Guaranteed, Longer-Wearing Lev! Dress Jeans for boys Regulars and huskys, grey or blue stripe. 63% longer wear |; Qr we give you ft. n§w p|jii'. Regulars < $2,98 HMfkys Boys wash & wear IVY PANTS Every, pair is wash and wear. Blacks $-199 tans too! ---- -1 I SPORT SHIRTS Values to $3. Out they go. All wash and wear short sleeve shirts • over 200. 2 for Back • to «school DRESS OXFORDS for boys &t\d youths, is IQW Stiff per to 3 When you take your Dream Vacation plan on ... AMERICAN; EXPRESS TRAVELERS CHEQUES • Spendable Everywhere • Good Until Used • Charges—Only a Penny a Dollar For, whether you're taking a hop by jet or a leisurely trip to the mountains or seashore, American Express Travelers Cheques protect your funds every mile of the way. Remember, American Express Travelers Cheques are as convenient as cash, 100% safe and quickly refunded if lost or stolen. Security State Bank "The Friendly Bank" ARE YOU USING OUR DRIVE UP WINDOW?. The Altfoiu) Gladiolus Society will have its 21st onnutil show •Saturday and Sunday, August 15 -Hi. Cooperating with the society are North American Gladiolus Council, Algonn Chamber of Commerce. KosKiith County Gardon Club, Hotary, Kiwnn'is and Lions clubs. A banquet and annual mooting will be hold at Van's cafe at <i::U), Saturday, with tho exhibition in the Alfjoiui high school gym Saturday and Sunday. W. W. Gillospio in president of the Aluonn Gladiolus Society; John J. Slevin is vice piesident and Mrs F,vti Wilkt, seerotary- troasuror. riussell is show super- ifitondent; Mrs Eva WiJfce is sfeow ' cl^rk and L, W. Proegfer, &ttsfer- vjsor of judges. Single and 'three- Spike judges will be announced me day, of the show. Deadline for single and three- spiko «hfries' is 11:30 a.m. Satur*, „ day and noon for all other div-v, isions, Novice and amateurs permitted to show in open Grand Champions, single three-spikes, must be named ictics. Anyone unable to attend the *• may send their blooms via Air Express or Railway Express to Algona Gladiolus Society, Algona. Me Alpines Leave For West Coast Mr and Mrs Dick McAipine loft' l;isf week for California where... 'lu-y will make their future homo. Mr McAipine recently retired as chief accountant for Western Piuyors here. His ho/no in Frankl ndclilion has been sold to Hyiokl Sundet. Paul Owens, who has been ussocifitrc! with the Western Buyers accounting office for some months, becomes chief account- nnt. Mr Owens is a lawyer and si.'veral years ago was associated with the Hutchison & Hutchison,, firm here. Campus Steadies Smooth as a touchdown pass —the Glamour Deb look in soft back-to-school ties. All with popular thin or ribbed soles. 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