The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1959 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 13, 1959
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**?.«,« »f *Ktf>^^ \ ' ;t; V .) Uppftr Oil MolrtW Thursday, August 13, 1959 Several From y- *f* LuVerne Are — S. <X Marty, ,76. by anubuJance to Tort $* hospital recently ni&tlical treatment ata Efcifoifm has returned Veterans hospital, Des SJolmss, where he was a surgical patient ' "*""" ,J&nina Kj-attse wcht Thursday fife Bancroft \<o Assist with the (Children 'Of her nephew. Donald Jtjluse. M«s -Krausfe had major surgery at the $*Ort Dodge Mercy hospital that day. SfS/Sgt. and Mrs Gail 1 Stoddard and family concluded their 30 furlough with his niolher. Marie Stoddard and rc- rned to Tlattsmputh, tteb. Mrs Georgia Smith is home ier visiting he,r niecfi, the Don- Camerons at, -Hardy. Ir and Mrs Ralph Baer and lily, accompanied by her par- gnts, the Leo Becker family of Virginia Simons Of Algona Is Nurse Graduate * d* 'By " c Clair Blossom ENJOY YOURSELF li may, be later than you think. t>ul away ihe cares of your busy, busy days " for awhile I and live a 1,1 i 1 I.e. There's no two ways I about it, lo I reach I goal ii will t a- k e a J, great deal I of ambition nd hard j w o .r k . H o w ever, 'if you find ngs ; getting*, 'too humdrum \,may ."mean thai you need _•?£) -change' • of • pace. it's Wc^nderful ' ' to make all that ffioiiey • and there's satisfaction in !£e many things U will buy, but Wsfoy 'ytowrself. You catft lake it MTith you.and we all, have to go Enjoy yourself; of course. How- %%frA*doti!± let another day go by ^Jhoul checking to see if you are adequately insured. Take care of ifeis matter with an early visit to Blossom Insurance Agency, 109 . Dodge Street, Algona. Phom -'' J • •!"••> -^'^~ Virginia Simons, shown here, daughter of Mr and Mrs George L. Simons, Algona, will graduate from St. Mary's School of Nursing at Rochester, 'Minn, next Sunday, Aug. 10. Commence-"! started menl exercises will be held in the St. Mary's auditorium and Rev. Edward'A. Fitzgerald, Bishop "of Winona, will present diplomas to the 103 graduates. Dn Howard P. Rome of the Mayo clinic will preside at the exercises and Msgr. Louis O'Day, Rochester, will deliver the baccalaureate address. Other activities will include a banquet, tea'; formal dance and breakfast. Miss Simons is a 1956 graduate of Algona -high school. (UD'M Engraving) her mother and sister, Mr and Mrs Dean Bowman and Myrna Larimer. * Mrs Jessie Stripling, accompah' ied by h«r_daughter, Sandra Stripling of spencer, took their granddaughter and niece Debra Kassel hfctwe to Gfffind Meadow. Minn., after a three week visit here. Callers Saturday in the Billy Hardcopf home were Mrs Luella Christcnsen and James Werner of Eagle Grove. The. new son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Grein was christened Gerald Eugene July 26 in Sacred Heart Church in Livermore with Rev. J. M. Sturm officiating. Sponsors were 'Mr and Mrs Ranald Grein of Mason City. Dinner guests were the sponsors and daughter Cynthia, Mr and Mrs Grpver Foote and Gary of Roselle Point, New Jersey and Marilyn Froehlich of Wesley. Robert Hardcopf, Jr. of Minneapolis, Mrs Barbara Templin and Jerry Hardcopf of Chicago, 111., Mr and Mrs David Harper and children of Grundy Center are visiting in the home bf their parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, Sr. They came to at tend the funeral of their grandfather William Hardcopf. Mrs Brian Stewart of Garden Grove, Calif/arrived Monday Called by the death of her' fathel William Hardcopf, 93. Mr and Mrs Paul Blumer have the basement .for their Grove on the occasion til the birthday of Dennis. Other guests wtre Mr and Mrs Elmor,Jl«t- chiftson, Mr and Mrs Gten IliMf and Debbie of Rfettwkk, Mr* Htrt* chinson made the birthday esiftfe for-the late evening reftf'shimeffts. Mr and Mrs Edwin Matty, -Mr and Mrs Henry Kt*bly took th$r daughter-in-law* Mrs Eldorl Maf* ty and children 'to their hoine in Waltham, Minn., Saturday after a week's visit with relatives., Mr and Mrs Arthur Maass (mid son Bobby visited Sunday in the Frank Asa home in Rutland. Mrs Jessie Sanford went t* Badger Sunday to visit. LONE ROCK Humboldt, enjoyed a vacation at Wadena, Minn., Aug. 3 to 7. (Mrs..'Eileen Ernst and children have-returned from their 10 day vacation visiting friends in Rice-, ville. i Eugene, son of Mr and Mrs James Schade, lias returned from a three week vacation with his maternal grandmother, Mrs Fred Antoinc; at Ayrshire. : .;.' Weekend guests in the Wilson and W. Raymond Legler homes were their son and-brother, Mr and : .Mrs Earl Legler, Ruth Ann. and Bobby of Seymour, They came 'to celebrate the eleventh birthdays of Ruth Ann and .her grandfather Wilson•'Legler which were Aug; 2 and 3. Guests Saturday and ^Sunday "in ithe Cecil Jolliife home were. their daughter Jean, Mr and ;MYs Lloyd Foresci and David of Fort Dodge. , • ; Mr and Mrs Jerald Miller and children of Sergeant, Minn, visited over the weekend with home in the north part of Lu- Verne. They are moving the new tenant home-on their farm to town, Lynn arid Bradley Bigings are on vacation with their cousins, Lorrie, Stevie and TCathy Wendt in' the Elmer Wendt home at Bode. , Callers Sunday in the LaVerne Jetfcrs, Donald Kruse and Fred Mcrkle homes were Richard Thompson and his girl friend from Whittemore. Mariann Schade and Nancy Hippen, Fort Dodge, spent the weekend with tjieir parents, the James Schade and Albert Hippen families.. • - Mr ..and Mrs Ray Agard, Linda and Gary were in Goldfield Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs Alice Agard. ''" The LuVerne Live Wires 4-H 'Girls Clu'b held a successful ice cream social Saturday .evening.. - ThV annual Lani'b family reunion; was held Aug. 2« at ,Des Moines. Mr and Mrs .Clarence :Krause of LuVerne.': were; In at- le'hdance. ' . './'•.-.'. :.'•';%.>' • ••The "reunion of the children of Mr , and Mrs Alex Miller of Mason City, formerly of LuVerne, .was held in the town hall Sunday with 80 in attendance. Of jtheir family of three sons and seven daughters all were present, .but one daughter, Helen, Mrs paryl Bur Us at Troy, Ohio, who: visited here earlier. * Mr and/Mrs Ralph Stoll visited Friday evening with their spn,j Mr and Mrs Dennis Stoll in Eagle Irvingfon Barn Destroyed In Midnight Fire A fire that raged out of hand before Algona firemen could reach the scene completely destroyed a huge barn on the Herbst fatm a quarter-mile south of Irvington shortly after midnight August. 1. The call reached the local fire station at 12:43 a.m. Sunday, according to Fire Chief Ira;Kohl. '' '„ If is possible that a large quantity of baled hay stored in the' barn caused the fire wherl it became over-heated. There ,was no estimate of the total damage. Eugene Lemkee, tenanbon the farm, was awakned shortly'after midnight by the moisy moqing of his cattle from the barn, Lfem- kee turned in an alarm. By the time firemen ai-rived, the barn was practically destroyed, so equipment was used to protecl surrounding outbuildings and put out a fire on a tractor nearby. A silo was damaged by heat from the blaze. The farm is owned bv Joel M Herbst and Olive S. Hertost of Algona and has been tenanted by the Lemkee , family for many years. . Mrs Hulda Schtttl*; MrS Schuit* and children Waukegdn, HI. vte?e yisltot* fng the week in the ffed Scfiuitst home. Mr and Mrs Fred SchuUS; artd JDawn wete caller's In ihe Herman Schulte horhe in "Cedar Farts and in the Al Schultz home in Waterloo Sunday. Hekn O'BonneUi visited in' her parent's home over the weekend, Gcraldine, Janetta and Lizzie Meyer, Ellen HutehinSon and Betty Ford of Bancroft visited WasftSgtbft. ." ° Itutdrfnson «ftd e, Wyo. reeenWy she will be working in the De Paul hospital. Mr Hutchinson and MrS Meyer visxted with Mft WflHatft Mftflbw of Lerhmoftj So, »akota, and in Rcdfield with Mrs George Harths " oh thelt ffeWHi home. Mrs A. C, tJlman of dccbquan, Va. came Friday to visit a few weeks in the parental home of Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer. A Tabor family reunion was held at Sheldoh Sunday with Mr and Mrs Herman fCfamer and Mrs A. C, Ulfnan attending. WHILE IN ALGONA FOR THE KOSSUTH COUNTY PAIR '-,",. , • /< .' '' .- t ^^- .^j. ( ^_ __. _j. ^_ , RELAX i ' { * With your friends and neighbors . IN ALGONA'S TRADITIONAL, RESPECTABLE, TIME - HONORED The death at Rock %a« -m aM Bta .WWft, Mar- . MEETING PLACE , • » • • The Smoke Shop SMOKERS' SUPPLIES MAGAZINES REFRESHMENTS 121 East State Algona, Iowa At BR1TT TUES. AUG. 18 Midway will be open, and Free Acts Staged Monday evening, Aug. 17 TUES. Ml Big Parade at 10 A.M. Featuring U. S. Air Force Band, ? Miss Iowa and Others Election of King & Queen' Immediately following parade with Red Blanchard, M.C. Mulligan Stew 12 o'clock noon ' ( - Free Acts v * •• Afternpon & Evening Rides — Shows — Concessions — Dance There's Something for Everyone ^ At Hobo Day — If You Can*t Have 'Fun, You're Hard to Please x .(32*>, FREE GAS YARD LIGHT y , • ; '. . '- •••«/-/ on convert now for automatic savings with gas heat.* Once you COME THE 1959 KOSSUTH COUNTY < *| •> 5 i--' , dof -[if ,W •• you on earth you waited. We'll be there too .... Ready to tell you all about the new Minneapolis- Moline Farm Equipment! Its cheaper by far, and much cleaner than any - -.'•••••' : , \ , * •« ' -.... other |uel. Convert HCiW, before the fall rush. ("•.-'." " "'.'" ....,•_ - V •'••-"'"''' ' ' . - ... . ^ , Whei; you do, anytime before labor day, we will give you free, a beautiful : / '.•?•••'-.'•* your yard/ Call North Central Public Service Tractors — Combines — Pickers Uni'Tractor — Un-Picker Shelters — Plows — Balers Dryers — Grinder* ALGONA Be <ih Early Bird gives Iwrnemafoinv a lift. * * atitonwtically *T C3 "', ** '..'.. ^ 109 Sp. Harlan Phpne CY 4*2484 Algona

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