The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1959 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 3, 1959
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>" 4 8-Al§ona (fa.) Upppf DM Mo!ne» Thufsdoy, Sept. 3, 1°59 To St. Ann Hospital's Table the finest specimens of a 1.400 mile fishing trip which included a 47-mile push into the bush country of Canada,-wound up m a tasty meal for St. Ann hospital personnel, countosy of Bob Sheridan, now of Cedar Falls, but a son of Jim Sheridan of Algona, and whose wife is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Ken Poirco of Algona. Pictured above at the left is Sheridan, with his companions, on their return from the north they donated their two largest fish to the hospital. Sheridan, incidentally landed the largest, a 28-lb. lake trout. (UDM engraving). ,_,_ nual ffiPhfc for theft families Sunday at the honie of Mr and Mrs Oyd6 Dudley at Galbraitti with 23 in attendance. A §y"kes family reunion was held Sunday at the William GoeUfch home with Mr and Mrs Goeiseh, Sonja and Sheryl hosts. The 8th birthday of Freddie Stru- the« of Al-gona,. Aug. 28, and 24th anniversary of Mr arid Mrs Goetseh, Aug. 29 were observed. 'Mrs waiter Hefti has returned from Boulder and Denver, Colo., where she visited the past two weeks with her daughter, Marilyn, Mr and Mrs James Roberts and Susan In Boulder. They re- turited, home with her for a visit Mr» Roberts is on the faculty at the University at Boulder. • •Martin Hefti, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Hefti of Brltt was graduated in August .froth , the university at Iowa City. Hi.i future plans are indefinite as he is considering service in the army first. The Hefti family were former residents here;. Many guests were in the fartn home of John Hefti, Sr., and daughter, Mr and Mrs John C. Zimmerman last week. Their son Robert Zimmerman concluded a visit Monday and left for East Moline, 111. Elevator At LuVerne Holds Annual Meeting LuVerne — The annual dinner and meeting of the LuVerne Co- Operative Elevator was he.ld Aug. 28 in the LuVerne school. Sharing the courtesy were 150 guests. The dinner was served at 7 p.m. by the ladies of Circle 3 of the Methodist W.S.C.S. Guest speaker of the evening was Larry Brennen of Emmetsburg, chairman of ASC of Palo Alto county. The elevator president, A. A. Schiuull presided., He introduced E-lden Guess, co-op manager who gave the financial report and report on operations for the past year, largest and most successful. He reported 900,000 bushels, of grain handled with net savings of $46,000. The elevator has just completed its ninth year in operation. Lewis Osborne of Ames, have re turned from a week's vacation trip to Duluth, Minn. ;Mrs James . Schade, Mariarttt, John, Bernard and Eugene attended a picnic at the home oi Mr and Mrs Ray Brown "'at Dickens. They all then went to visit Lake Okoboji. •Mr and Mrs Carl Swanson went Friday to Fort Wayne, Ind, for a weekend visit with their daughter, the William Stoakea family. Linda Swanson who spent wo weeks with her sister, re- urncd home with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Geelan and amily of Ruthven visited Sunday in the home of her sister, Mind Mrs James Schade and fam- ly. '•" Visitors Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Henrv J. Hinz ,vcre their daughters, Mr and Mrs Harley Rusher of Bancroft, Mr Mrs Bernard Miller of Fort Iniured In Crash Mr and iMrs Billy Banton and Sherri of Fort Dodge were badly bruised, shaken up and suffered cuts as a car driven by a^ Chicago man collided head on with the Barton car Tuesday evening, Aug 25, at the junction of 3 and 169 at Humboldt.. The Barton ca: was a total C^irfeck;. They were treated by a Hum boldt doctor and released. Mr anc Mrs Ervin Barton are Billy's par ents. Funeral For F. F. Bartlett Held, Titonka Tiionka — Funeral services for Florin Bartlott, , B5, were held Tuesday in the Blake Funeral Chapel at Titonka at- 10 a.m. with Rev. Max Goldman officiating, .Burial was in Buffalo Township cemetery with Boyd Miller, Lem Stockwell, Glenn Parcel, Dick Baade, George SchutjeVand Jay fiudlong acting as pallbear- Florin Floy<! tJattlett, tsnti of Henry and Elizabeth IftatsUett, was born Sept, 1^ 1873 fcfi It farm near Titonka, Mr Bfcrttfett "received his schooling Jh 1&e rural schools of Ktsstttth $6iift|f>. He lived most of $iiT net-In the county having, IWedf a |!««ioft of his life in North Dakota and farm work was hit oesrdfeaifon, and for a time was wRfir his father in the livery- buaitfesi. He was united in marriage J5ec. 24, 1895 to Nellie C. Hudsoff^nd to this union were bofn two children. -Mr Bartlett died Friday. Aug. 28 in University Hospital at Iowa City, - -having foeeh, in ill health since Deeembef - of 4§58. Preceding him in death were his parents and one brother Edward, j Surviving are his two children, Mrs Erma,, G-ara of Sacramento, Cal., and Rttil Bartlett of Dike, his sister, Mes W. A. Ladendorf of Algona. and his former wife, Mrs Nellie Liipln of Bancroft, and his cOUsins, the Bartlclt Bros, of Tiilonka, The Meth'odist Harvest Supper will be held at the Titonka,Methodist Fellowship Hall Wednesday Sept. 18, with serving td.start' at 5:30. . , \ . The W.S.C.S, Training Seminar meeting for Sept. 8 wul 'be- ,h*ld at the Titonka Methodist Fellowship Hall, and is scheduled' for 8:45 a.m. This meeting is .for the officers of the Algona District. Mr and Mrs John Rode returned from a week vacation with friends from Minneapolis They were staying at a cottage ait Long Lake in northern Minnesota. , * LAKOTA Mr*. Sbphle EII*\v6Mh Mr and Mrs A! & SJerstedt and softs 'attended a concert at the Lutheran-church in Hartman, Minn. Sunday evening, Larry filomstei 1 , Sbtt of ttie fto- bert Blomsters celebrated his 10th birthday Tuesday, Ronald Johnson, Dean K6t>f>en, Eddte Lunn and Terry Becker were his iguests at a swifti party at the Buffalo Center pool and all en* joyed ice cream and birthday cake afterward. Sunday, Mr and Mrs, Floyd Claybaugh and son and their house guest, Mrs Bertha Phillips, 6ity, attended «he graduation cereflrsJnies for the graduating class M nurses from, the Kahlcr Htikpitdl School <g Nursing at RcteftMefcv'JMtirm, Their diaugnte* Sher^r was, oae of the 78 graduate*. Mrs Andrew Boeltelftian and Henrietta of Al&dfla PHONE e» I4SSS * YOUR day gu&lte- of Mr and Mrs sel Wihler. Mr and Mrs GeorgA and sons attended the wedding bl Wflma BUrt and Hinerd Johnson at the Methodist Church ifl Swea City Sunday. ' Mr and Mrs V. Barrett, Clare, and Cherold spent last weekend with the George Schultes at Alexander. Sunday 'evening they drove to Hampton where they met .their daughter, Mrs Clark Stevens and Vicky of Macoaib, 111. who returned home with , them 1 for a week's visit, Sura suicide for over 200 ers.. HORSES A boll of. lightning struck a barn on the Lester J. Smith farm near Hedrick recently. Stabled in the barn was a team of horses known as "The largest Team of Horses in the World." The horses that had been imported from Belgium could not be saved. SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS, lishing Co., .phone CY 4-3535, Pub. Co., Algona. ' ' - different kinds of insects and pests! You may now pur> chase thf* amazing '_ Vaporizer for only $511 ftitw tni approved by It* let Aflttlt* Bld». * Siftty DepL \ *H It H« ditgtot* 10 fiov* im.ctl and pf ill buf i Jtha dltgroti la Jr»»p lh*nt«M* FREDERICK HARPWA.RE STORE , The best place in Algona to buy fine quality hardware — at'a saving! Diamond (left) with'Je-i /'AND THESE AftrMY DADDY'S SPefclAlS I" Marcy is pictured in the'latest Wash 'n Wear Parka with in- Dialed lining and kip-off hood. ...:,:.. $9.98 Sizes ' '4-12 . Sizes 14-20 Joy Meyer brdves^ike and? winter wlnd % OTlA lar "Clicker? Coat.*V% * ' " ^ .' '.^-L.,. Price popu- , , -is At DIAMONDS 1 • *,.*-,} i* ,">* "Jacket Headquarters, of North: lotoa" :J' ' Rev. and Mrs JV Paul Stevens Timothy and Mary Ann have re turned frdm a two week vacation spent at Nisswa, Minn. Carolyn Addison of Elkville. ill. arrive'd;.Tuesday'.;to' visit her friend So'nla Gbetsch in the parental William Goetsch home. The girls became friends When both were employed at Mooseftead Ranch in Wyoming. •Donald McClellan of Detroit^ Mich., arrived Saturday to visit his parents, Mr and Mrs C. O. MtClellan family. Mrs Eleanora Eustace has returned from spending the summer in Kansas City, Mo., with her daughter, the Allen Wilsor family. Mr Wilson and Jackip brought her mother home an'' thev visited a few davs in Fort Dodge with their daughter and sister, the Delmar Blankenhagen family. Mr and Mrs Willie Blair and three girls of Superior, Wis. came Friday evening to visit over the weekend with . her 'parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach and family. They came by plane, landing at , the Algona airport where they' were jmet by the Gron'bachs. • Mr and Mrs Robert Etzen, Lyle and Michael of Eagle Grove - called. Sunday in the Billy Hard- copMipme. Mr arid Mrs William Graff and family of Mallard were guests Sunday in the James Schade home. Mr and Mrs Howard Swanson and sons and her mother, Mrs Dodge and their families. "They came to observe the 69th birthday of their father which was.. Aug. 29. Mr Hinz is confined in his ionic by illness. Callers in the John Hefti,. Sr. and John C. Zimmerrnap;, farm nome Sunday were Mrs Mathilda Meyer,' son, Mr and Mrs '..'-Alfred Meyer and Roger of Whitteraore,; Mr and Mrs James McGbwan. Jannes and Jim, Mr and Mrs John C. Hefty, Janie and.Den- nis of Renwick.'Mr and Mrs Dud: ley Blesie of Peterson, Minn, visited over Sunday there- and relatives at Hardy and,,Renw,ick. Willa Ree returned ' hojrjfe" with them after yisitirig, a ;^eek; v Mr and Mrk Eryin Barton am Virginia, • Mr, and .. Mrs "JFred Goetsch and Darlene sjient Sunday fishing at the ,Okoboji| and visited the amusement park at Arnolds Park. .',*,--The Comrade Sunday. School Class of the Evangelical United Brethren Church, held their an- By Glair Blossom LABOR DAY Somehow it brings about the sad reality thai the carefree fiin of summer is *ust about ver. Plan -. o--m e - h i n g pecial for his : occa- <on. Bar> e c u ing viih 1 h e Towd, pic- Dicing with he family or getting just a bit more of the sun at the beach are all good ideas depending on your preference. Make it a special bang up day to reflect on during the colder months of winter. Make a special effort io make an early visit to this office and talk over your present insurance needs. Don't be under-insured. Let us show you ihe way io a practical program. Blossom Insurance Agency/ 109 No. Dodge Street, Algona, Phone CYpress 4-2735. First 114 .i 1 The Finest T m , Ij~+^l "'• • i •" • -« HP •"•"• ~W~ A -M- —f • " *«i "JH ( ~n GLENHAVEN- ^J J —4_l— 4 _L i JL JLjL JL T J— 4 _L 1 TS YOU I<*rsN.^B»'8 perfection in an imported, muted plaid FALL DISCOUNT!] Skelly Permanent - Type ! m ANTI-FREEZE i '• i ' tl O C \ * • JpC *^ DPR CAII AM • M ••fcJ rtlt UALLUn • oBB^MF mjr : . < • j| , (In Quart Cans) • Offer £ooci For A Limited Time Only • ^* : - • •:• v ... -. •-•• ':.'^H ' -. SEK: .. : ./J PeCciy - Sblly Bulk Delivery RM^» £Y 4.2911 or £Y 4-3812 - Algona , i ' \ * Now that school has started, that the days are getting shorter an.d the black birds are beginning ito congregate preparatory~to their southward flight, we may assume ' that Fall is just around the corner. And with the coming of a new season, comes the buying of new apparel. THE CHRISCHILLES STORE is ready for you with the greatest showing of sportswear, fabulous dresses and spectacular coats you've seen in one store for years. Come in and see for your, self, YouMI be d6Jighte«d. SWEATERS, 1 SKIRTS & BLOUSES ' * » , v * ''.'.'' ••"'<.' ",:.•-.>. •'.'.. Here, right now, you'll ,f|n'd ? hundreds of perfectly coordinated sweaters, blouses and §kirts, not hit-and-miss colors but "dyed- to-match" outfits ,wh\th reflect the smartness so necessary to the well dressed look. Such famous brand names <as Bejnhqrcj Altmann, Sporteens, Garland, Bradley— this is' a partial list of the familiar brands you'll see in this famous collection. Buy your sportswear here with a feeling of confidence. It pays big dividends in added pleasure in your personal appearance. If Clenhaven takes a tailored view of the suit, but gives It enough feminine figuring to tnpke it a -fashion favorite. It's in, Q fine imported, muted plaid with smart coltar, Blue,-<5reen f Brown. Sweaters Skirts Blouses 5.98 - 19,98 6,98 -'-7 25^00 2.98-3,98 FRITZI "Two-Piecers" In Fall Shades Sizes 7 to 15-8,98 to 10,98

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