The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1959 · Page 15
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15 Swea City Scouts Attend Okoboji Camp Swea City _ Fifteen boys and their counselors from Swea City attended camp at East Okoboji. Those attending- were John Boland, Terry and Rodney Smith, Jerry and Bob Thompson, Larry Berg, Steve Roberts, Dunne Briggs, Ed Sanders, Chuck Hewitt, Mike Haxolhuff, Bill Phelps, Andy Opsal, John O'Green, Lynn Pttlver took the boys over to the camp and spent the first night .with them, Wm. Boland relieved him Monday and spent the night and Earl Berg, Lowell Roberts, Harold Opsal and Alfred Zielskc will each spend ono clay and night with the boys. Mr and Mrs Gaylord Johnson and Mr and Mrs R. S. Mathers visited' at the Truman Johnson home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Richard. I-Iesvick spent several clays sight-seeing in the Black Hills last week. • The Mike Christ family of Lakota visited the Donald Koons Tuesday evening. The Brink Shipjers and Harry Tishes flew to Des Moincs July 20. The Shiplers visited their daughter and family the Dean Gambles, the Tishes visited her sister and mother. Mrs Vcrnon Burt spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Mrs Doris Johnson at Lakota. - The American Legion and Auxiliary held their annual picnic at the Legion hall Sunday The Clarence Bradshavvs of DCS Moifics were weekend guests of the Jean Tagues. The Keith Cousins spent the weekend at Clayton Angles. Their daughter Debbie returned home with them after spending several weeks with her grandparents. Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfredson and Mrs Mervin Johnson and sons and Mrs Cora Slow of Burt were Friday guests at the W. E. Stows in Humboldt. Lloyd Heinselman is visiting his grandparents, the Walter Smiths, and the Galen Goulds this week. Mrs C. F. Olson of Wessington Springs, S. D. was a weekend guest of the Walter Smiths. Mr and Mrs Leroy Sanftncr of Minneapolis spent last week with the Frank Sanftners and Mrs Christine Swanson. Irene Schultz and her mother nf near Rochester, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Lars Skaar visited at the Sajn Link home Sunday evening. Dr. Carol PEott, Surgeon, Board of Surgery and a member of the American Board of Abdominal Surgery, Dr. Plott is on the staffs of St. Ann hospital, Algona, Hancock County Memorial hospital, Britl. and Palo Alto County hospital, Emmetsburg. Dr. and Mrs Plot! are the parents of four daughters, Carolyn, 15, Sandra, 12, Mary George, 9. and Suzanne, 6. They are living at the former residence of Gene Faul'sti'ch, Highway 169 south. Dr. Plott's office assistant will bo Miss Maxine Sweet. (UDM Engraving) the station since the death of'the owner, Don Steinberger, last April 5. Knudson now is with the Dodge-Plymouth garage in Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Herbert Preul and son Marie of Omaha were Saturday and Sunday guests -in the parental F. C. Preul home. Mr and Mrs Gerald Godwin and Glen Hayenga of Minneapolis were weekend guests in the Harry Haase home. Cheryl and Marcia Ann Gross accompanied them to Minneapolis for a week's visit. Mr and Mrs Haase plan to go to Minneapolis this weekend for the girls. Ken Krause Is New Lessee "66" Station Fenton — Kenneth Krause, 10, has leased the Phillips service station in Fenton from Mrs Don Slelnberger. He took over last week and plans to call his business Krause's Gfi. Krause is a 1958 graduate ot Sentral high school. Since March he has been with the B & W Chevrolet garage here full time. He had worked there part time, since August 1957. Jordan Knudson had operated Grant News Over 50 people attended a corn bake at the home of Mr and Mrs Clifton Sykes. Mr and Mrs V. E. Lester and Juanita of Rochester were Sun- clay guests at the home of her sister, Mrs Jasper Stecnhard. Other guests were Mr and Mrs August Dontje. Mrs Rcna Steenhard and sons and Mr and Mrs August Dontje and children were Wednesday evening guests at the Elvin Steenhard home at Algona, to observe the birthday of Elvin Steenhard. Paul Eis'enmann was committed to the hospital at Buffalo Center recently for a bronchial infection. Mr and Mrs James Johnson are the parents of a 3'/a pound baby son. lie was born August 3. His grandparents are Mr and Mrs Merle Johnson and Mr and Mm Wallace Johnson. Duane Walerbury was guest of honor at a party in observance of his 10th birthday, Saturday, a* the Dale Waterbury home. Guests were Raymond Govern, Roger Mayne, Jimmy Payne, Mark McCoy, Mark Reynolds and Pat and Billy Mino. NEW OLIVER ROW CROP HEADER Saves up to 15% more of your corn crop Oliver now offers you Hie greatest corn-saver built. Put this corn-header on your Oliver self-propelled and save 5 % to 15% more from every acre, pay for it in a season or two. Only an Oliver combine cuts, takes in and threshes the entire stalk. H's a new concept in corn harvesting — the modern way. There are no snapping rolls. So, there are no shelling losscte. This is the only way to Have nil your crop. This Oliver header does three johs at once—cuts, shells, shreds It saves every kernel, prepares your fields for plowing in one pass. The Oliver self-propelled also oilers a king- Bi/e separating and cleaning area, and do/ens of other advantages. Come in fui 1 the full story—now. ALGONA, IOWA Dr. Carol L. Plott has announced the opening of his office for the practice of general surgery at 110 North Moore St., Algona. Pie- is pictured above. Dr. Plott and family have recently moved to Algona from Heron Lake, Minn, where he was in a partnership- practice for the past four years. A graduate of the University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, Va. and a Veteran of World War II, having served over four years in the U.S. Naval Medical Corps, Dr. Plott was engaged in general practice 'in Virginia after the war and prior to entering a Residency in Surgery at St. Joseph Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky in 1951. There he completed his training under the late Dr. Fred Rankin. who was formerly associated with the Mayo Brothers at Rochester and was internationally famous as a Surgeon. Qualified for the American LOCALS Mire Anno Malson was visited by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. E. McCamey, Adcl. Mr and Mrs John Briggs were visited Monday by the former's •••'•other-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Clarence Cunningham, Elmore. Mr and Mrs J. D. Burns and the lattcr's brother-in-law and sister, Rev. and Mrs R. A. Burrows, Cincinnati, Ohio are vacationing at Spirit Lake. Mrs Twyllah Bartholomew- is vacationing at Brainerd, Minn., with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs L. H. Crawford, at their cottage. Mrs JOB Bradley drove to Rochester, Minn. Saturday to visit Mr Bradley who is hospitalized for a digestive ailment. He will be dismissed in another week. Mrs B. J. Bradford came home Saturday from Veterans hospital, Des Moines, where she had major surgery a few weeks ago. She is making very good recovery. Word from Peter Helmers, 93, who was taken to University Hospitals, Iowa City, a few weeks ago is that, so far-it has not been advisable to ncrform surgery. Mr artd Mrs John Jordan and children Steven and Virginia, Milwaukee, Wis., came Friday for a visit with the former's mother and aunts, Mrs Olga Jordon, Ellen and Alma Carlson. Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffer had as .guests from Saturday till Monday Mr and Mrs Herman Auen, Lakeview. All were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Herman Stienblock at Bancroft. Mr Auen is a cousin of Mrs Schaeffer and Mr Stienblock. They also called on Mr and'Mrs Duane McGregor at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs F. M. Holt were visited Wednesday by the latter's sister, Mrs Lester, Stover andt children Patricia and Bruce of Homewood, 111. Mrs L. R. Walker fell one day last week and dislocated her shoulder, She was taken to St. Ann hospital where it was set and she remained there overnight. Mr and Mrs Bernard Briggs drove to Armstrong Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs E. J. Schutjer at the home of Mrs Schutjer's parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Johnson. Mrs Mary Buengcr's son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Harvey Bucngcr, West Bend,' spent Sunday afternoon with her. They were joined by Mr and Mrs Ed Wichtendahl, her son-in-law and daughter. Emil Hagg and his son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Robert Carr and son and daugbter-in- aw, Mr and Mrs Emil Hagg Jr., Van Meter, visited Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg, Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg, Gus Hagg and others Sunday. Mrs Amy Johnson was visited by her son and daughter-in-law and family, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wagner, Burt. The Wagners went to Fort Dodge Monday and took with them their four month old daughter Donna Jean who had treatment by a specialist. Mr anci Mrs Ed Cullen have been here from Beaver Dam, Wis. and have visited many friends. They also visited relatives at Whittemore. The Cullens are former residents here. Mr and Mrs Cullen were supper guests Monday of Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley. „ , Mr and Mrs Gale Slockwell and the latter's sons-in-law & daughters, Mr and Mrs Henry 'Nelson and Cheric, Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs William De Kruif, Mason City, and Mr and Mrs William Tiliman, Sioux City, attended the funeral Friday at Mason City for Debbie Dawn, 8, granddaughter ot GusfavLundh OfAlgonals Wed August 1 Anita Louise Duffiold, Bristow, became the- bride of Gusttiv A. Lundli. Algona, at 4 p.m. Aug. 1 in the Church of Christ, Hampton. G. W. Beadle, minister of (lie Church of Christ, Bristow, officiated. The bride wore a chapel length gown of pure silk organza, combined with cbftntilly lace. Tho fitted silk bodice was fashioned with a yoke and short shirred sleeves in chantilly lace, the full swing skirt of silk was appliqued with lace wedding rings and cascaded into a full chapel sweep in back. The finger-tip veil of imported silk illusion was caught to a cornet of pleated matching silk appliqued with lace and embroidered with sequins and pearls. She carried a cascade ar* rangement of white gladiolos and red sweetheart roses. Her necklace was a gift of the bridegroom. Her maid of honor was Mary Elvesther of Hanlontown. Attending the bridegroom was his brother Arthur Lundh of Beloit, Wis. The organist, Judith Morford of Bristow accompanied Kim Deal of A'lgona who sang. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs George Plait, Algona, cut the cake, while Mrs William Rosenwinkle and Mrs lenn Sicfken poured. The bride, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harley C. ed Iowa State Thursday, August 13, 1959 Afgona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-7 HOSPITALS July 29 — William Harcloopf, LuVerne, medical (expired); Joc- olyn Harris, Bode, medical. July 30 — Mrs Arnold Lallier, Wesley, girl, 9-3; Mrs Dennis Elsbecker, Alfiona, girl, (!: Maynarcl Roobcr, Whittcmoro, surgery; Mrs Robert Spcich, Algona, boy, G-14; Mrs Mary Capcsius, Bode, surgery; Mrs Vcrnon Higgins, Algona, surgery. July 31 — Mrs George Knoer, WhiUemorc, girl, 5-8 V 4 ; Craig Lemkee, Algona, T & A; Bernard Haack. Algona, medical; Mrs Robert Va ; ;ke, Bancroft, girl, 8-1. Aug. 1 — Mrs t<ieliard Allen, Algona, girl; Mrs Mcrlyn Allman, Algona, girl, 8-1'2; Mrs Louis Reilly, Ai/.;ona, boy, !)-:}'=: Mrs Paul Wanner, Jr., West I'c:i(l. boy. <i: Mrs Maurico N. Redmj,', Irv- inptnn, boy, G-H'^. Aug. 2 — Mrs Rich.-ird Kain, 'Vjjo'ia, gir 1 . fi-lfi; Mrs Humor Lindhorst. Algona. medical; Mrs Thomas McKeown, Algona, boy. Aug. 3 — Wilbert Ic.lokor. .Sioux Falls. S. D., accident; Virgil Shackelford, Algona. medical; Franklin Jensen, Algona, surgery; Mrs Men Hinders, West Bend, girl. Aug. 4 — Mrs Gordon Bollig, Ranci iifl. incfl.cal. SALES HOOKS, register tick- els. iv,;..-!i r c.i'b.m.', adder and cash register rolls at the Upper Des Moim.'.s Pub. Co., Alf,*ona. 'the Stockwells and Mr and Mrs Fred Mason City. daughter of Lassahn of HAIR Twelve-year-old June Jacqueline Boehmler of West Union recently got her hair cut for the first time. Her long brunette tresses hung below her waistline in two heavy braids before being trimmed. The ordinary household light bulb has a. rated life of from 750 to 1,000 hours. BEAUTIFUL, STURDY DESKS WILL BE AN ASSET AND AN ATTRACTIVE ADDITION TO THE HOME ... IF THEY COME FROM READ'S. Give Your Youngster A Place To Spread Out Books and Homework STUDENT DESKS LESS BACK-TO-SCHOOL DISCOUNT Choose a Smart, Attractive Piece with Plenty of Drawer Space Your Child Will Have A Study Area Dad a Place to Keep Important Papers KNEE - HOLE DESKS 9.95 .LESS BACK - TO - SCHOOL DISCOUNT WE ALSO HAVE OF DESK & A FINE SELECTION STUDY LAMPS SPECIAL! BACK - TO - SCHOOL DISCOUNT ON ALL Desks — Lamps & Desk Chairs Duffield, Teacher attend- Collego and taught the past year in the Waverly schools. She will teach in the Humboldt schools this fall. The bridegroom, son of Mrs Sigrid Luncl'h, Algona, attended Iowa State College, Ames. Mr and Mrs Lundh will be at homo in Humboldt. Greater -Montreal, with about 1,600,000 people, has one-tenth of the entire population of Canada. Attend the c; YOUR Choice Every Week St. Thomas Episcopal Congregational First Presbyterian First Methodist Regular Baptist Seventh Day Adventist St. Cecelia's First Baptist Church of Nazarene First Lutheran Trinity Lutheran This Message Sponsored By MUSICLAND CLOCKS! CLOCKS! STOP TODAY A T FURNITURE West of Courthouse Algona Both Electric and Winding. A MUST for every college student. Due to a special purchase, we are able to offer this selection of beautiful clocks to you with reductions up to Vi. 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