The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1959 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 17, 1959
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r> Bancroft Giri Cuts Hand On Door Glass Mi 1 i «— Knthy Murray, 'iter of Mr nnd Mrs Joseph i\v, hns a very sore hand. Tiu» !t>or at their IVWP hk'\v shut and K.iihy's rumd wvnt through 1nt» ,"•, . •>. II VMS vfi-y badly rut and r* quired several siiti-hps 10 cl"*" "he -vound. Two daughters born to Bancroft couples. Mr and Mrs William Kennedy nre the parents of a daughter born at St. Ann hospital 'and Mr and Mrs Eugene Nwinners arc the parents of n diuujhtrr born Friday. Mix T-rf'ona Johnson entertain- the aristocrat of steakdom... ir, a WESHNGHOUSE DELUXE FARM FREEZER for the Westinghouse Freezer ad mm IN AKD S1E S? Per Week After Down Payment Beecher Lane Appliance For Investment Information See or Call John Love 417 E, McGregor CYpress 4-3500 (Mornings Early)For greater income possibilities, talk with Home Office Representative, Mr. Love. You can invest as much or as little as you desire when you deal with T. C. Henderson and Co.,. Inc. Investing is easy and quality stocks including Gas and Electric Companies offer excellent investments. You'll not be under any obligation if you contact Mr. Love, and he will come to your home. if you desire. I T. C, Henderson & Co., Inc. is a Member of the New York Stock Exchange and of the Midwest Stock Exchange. " 37 ' t^'W .«*, <• £<' P , .{I I £• HOWARD PATRICE KEEL MUNSEL special guests LOUIS KEELY PRiMA SMITH ROiIRTCUMMIN6S.»VHOST proudly presented by UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNDATIQN ed a group of 20 ladies at a coffee parly at her home Wednesday evening. A desert luncheon was served. Her parents, Mr and Mrs Tony Schneider wore supper guests. Mr and Mrs B. H. Sudimier, Minneapolis, spent Thursday ancl Friday at the Fuch residence and with other friends here. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr, Arliss and Janice Menko spent Saturday nl Mason City and brought C lotus' father, Ben Dorr of St. Benedict home. He had been n patient at 'Mercy hospital for two weeks. The St.. John's Band motored to Spencer Monday where they marched with several other bands at the Clay County Fair. Mrs Paul Mulligan and son took Phyllis Mulligan to Sioux City Sunday where she ^is' a junior at Briar Cliff College. Mrs Eula Saundcrs left Saturday for Texas to visit her daughter and family, Mrs Stewart Thompson, to California to visit the Joe Saunders family and Dr. John Saunders in Oregon, . Mr and Mrs George Merron and A. A. Droessler were ,in West Bend' Tuesday evening where they were sponsors for the baptism of the new daughter born to Mr and Mrs Ralph Banwart. A. A. Droessler is the grandfather and Mrs Merron, an aunt of the baby. Class Officers Are Named At Swea Cify Swea City ,— The class officers and club 1 leaders have been elected for the 1958-59 'school year. Officers are: Freshmen — .president, Jerry Thompson; vice president, Caryl Carsen; secretary, Laura Mino; treasurer, Richard Olson; councilmen, Billy , Clark and Judy Chantrill. .•''.,." ' Sophomore — k president, Elaine Vei'.brugge; "vice president,' Darlene Mino;. secretary, Lorraine Kracht; treasurer, Roger. Conway; councilmen, Larry Simons- meier, Larty Claussen, Jim Grabianowski and Maurice Carr. Juniors — president, Mike Stewart; vice president, Gary Larson; secretary, Patty Bailey; treasurer, Beverly~Thorson; councilmen, Mary Ann Hazelhoff, Wallis Kay . Reynolds, Deanna Ditsworth, • Glendon Peterson, Jim Elliott and Gary Snyder.. Seniors — president, Jim Martin; vice president, Joan Hin-, •ichsen; secretary, Caren Rwmse; xeasurer, Beverly Thorson;'councilmen, Melvin 'Dirksen, Mary aykes, Caren Ramse, Dale Farand, Lewis Lippold, Janet Wal- cer, Richard Engholm and Oliver Claude and weighed 8 ibs. and oz; Portland Twp. By Mrs, Victor Pitch The Portland Progress Club will meet Sept. 17 at. the home of Mrs Robert Wood. Hostesses, Mrs Good>wyn Bergerud, Mrs Earl Zwiefel and Mrs Wood; Mrs Lloyd Bartlett will give a demonstration. f Mr and Mrs Lloyd ./ Bartlett went to Mason City Friday where they both had a check up. Mr and Mrs Chester Smith and Bob v/ent to Waterloo to attend the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Robinson, 7hey accompanied her niece, Mr and Mrs Charles Ellirtgson, CM> toseh. Rial Bartlett of Dike spent last week visiting the Bartlett brothers, Lduis, Raymond and Lloyd. Mrs C. W. Heerdt, Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig of Lone Rock, Mrs Gertrude Ackerman, Mrs fiarl Ackerman and Mrs Lois Trunk* hill of Burt left Saturday .morning for Marshalltown. where they attended the wedding of Deloris Ackerman. Mr and Mrs Clarence Curinirtg- ham of Elmore, were Tuesday guests at the Bernard and Charlea Phelps home. . •••'). Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf and son came from Des Moines Friday to spend .the weekend at the Donald Ringsdorf arid Henry Radmaker homes. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf and Gary were Saturday guests at the Radmaker home. < Mr and Mrs Leonard Daniels were Thursday visitors at. the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bartlett went to Lyle, Minn. Saturday mprning .where they visited Mrs Bantlett's mother and brother, Mrs Stella Danner and Lee Danner. < Mr and Mrs Harold Becker, Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Kenneth Trenary, Mr and Mrs Jessa Dugan, Mr and Mrs Donald Dugan and Nancy of Lone Rock and Mrs Lulu Kelly and Kathleen of Rockwell City were Sunday guests at the Ralph Dugan home in- observance Of Roger Dugan's fifth birthday and .Richard Dugan's fifteenth birthday. Mr and Mrs Henry Smith and __^___ [THESE WOMEN! 1 1 1 n t r -f * •" •~"—-'- a - "-""nf-' ^ — •<"• -•" TY —-in fit mfflr 'trur ***^***^^^^^^^^r .j., ^.^ J »^L.,rAri^i.^i-a^j..t.-.*?J^^ f-f mili .... LarSofisi , JTeWrfied Wednesday from a rtifte day trip to Winnipeg end . After ~attending the' National American legion convention at flihfteaptdis. last weekend, the Waynfe Thompsons drove to the Dells Iti Wisconsin, and then afraid this isn't your day, ma'am. YouVe $122.50 overdrawn, you made out this slip wrong, and you have valve clatter I". Swea & Eagle family guests home. were Friday at the Tom evening Trenary. Mrs Emil Pearson 'and Student council officers are: president, Dale Farland; vica president, Caren Ramse; secre- y, Mary Ann Hazelhoff; treasurer, Janet Walker. The new cheerleaders are: A squad, Lynnett Lund, Linda Weber, Judy Pulver, Janet Walker; B squad, Susan Bravender, Laura Mino, Lorraine Kracht, Barbara Beck. Officers for the letterman's club are: president, Dale Farland; vice president, Mike Stewart; secretary - treasurer, Judy Pulver. Pep club officers are: president, Linda Weber; -vice president, Caten Ramse; secretary - treasurer, Mary Ann Hazelhoff. The Camera Club officers are: president, Elmer Abbas; secretary, Janet Walker; treasurer, Patty Bailey; program committee, Caren Ramse and Sharon Magnusen. Lions Plan Auction The Swea City Lions Cluto wil} hold a community auction Sept. 19 beginning at 8 p.m. Local merchants have donated 'merchandise for the auction and an appeal is being made for townspeople to also donate "articles to" be sold. Roy Bravender, Wm. Guyer, Havey C. Larsen, Jack Van Norman, Earl Harisen and Roger Linde, committee. The Sixth District of the VFW Auxiliary and VFW Post held its meeting Sept. 6 at the Legion Hall. The Eagle Homemakers met Tuesday at the Ormand Quinn home with Mrs Wendell Ditsworth assisting. Mrs Lloyd Thoreson was elected president and Mrs Harvey C. Larsen secretary. The Swea City Music Boosters will meet Sept. 21 at 2:15 in the vocal music room of the school. All mothers with children taking part in musical activities are invited to attend. A reception for confirmants and parents was held at the Immanuel Lutheran church Sept. 9. The Swea City American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting Sept. 8 at which time the Gold Star Mothers and sisters were honored. Honored guests were Mrs John Erickson and Mrs Frances Carlson. The Thomas Prestons are the parents of a baby girl born Sept. 8, at Estherville. Sally Lurea weighed 8 Ibs; and .4 oz. Mr and Mrs, Sam Link and'Mr ••and Mrs Joe Preston are the grandpayen The Harold Deckers became the parents of a son Sept. 4. Tha Jad has been named Michae" Mrs Lois Trunkhill were Friday afternoon visitors in the Trenary home. 'i Ray McWhbriter flew to Kewanee, 111. Saturday morning where he attended a Price family reunion, then flew to Oska- lo.osa to attend a Antique Air Show, and in the evening he attended an OX5. Banquet at Ottumwa. •Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorl and Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf and Gary were Sunday evening guests at the Bill Woltz home in Burt. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary were Sunday evening guests at the E, C. fechwiefert home. A family get-together and pot luck dinner was held Sunday at the Ray Fitch home. Those attending were Grandpa (Charles) Clark, Mr and Mrs Ben Potter of Algona, Mr and Mrs Ben Hartzell, Grace andjTed of Dows, Mr and Mrs Leo Clark and Mr and Mrs Harold Stevenson of Britt, Mr and Mrs Roy Clark of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Howard Clark and Bonnie of Grand Meadow, Minn., Mr and Mrs Donald Clark of Corwith and Mr.and Mrs Bob 'Clark of Humiboldt. Mrs Rosa Sandage and Mr and Mrs Martin Sandage of Tell City, Ind. spent last week at the Bill Trenary home. . Mrs Lloyd Bartlett entertained the Ladies Auxiliary of the Breen Post of Titonka Monday evening. Last week visitors at the Herbert Nelson home were the Neal Michaelsens, Donald Michaelsens, Mary Michaelsen, Henry Nelsons, Lowell Jaspers of Carpenter, Rev. and Mrs Andrews and Paula, Mrs Earl Zwiefel and Mrs Lewis Larsen, Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Barbara, Theodore Jacobsen, Mrs Lawrence Govern. VTrs Hazel Carroll and Billy, Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps, Mrs Victor Fitch, Korenp and Judy and Mrs George Hix. "It is through the heartaches in our lives that God draws us closer to Himself." Mr and Mrs Harold Jones left August 9 for Woodburn, Oregon,Ao visit Mr and Mrs Oscar Blanchard. Mrs : Mary Budlpng (Mrs Jones' sister) accompanied them. Mrs Blanchard:is a cousin of the ladies. They traveled 5000 miles on the trip. Mr and Mrs Russel Strayer attended a family gathering Sunday at the home of her parents the Nick" at Hartley. The;ocf- casiori Was to welcome Mrs Stray- re's brother, Ernest . Verdoqs, home from Japan. Mr and Mrs George Pearson recently drove to Bemidji, Minn, where George enjoyed a few days of fishing while Mrs Pearson and her brother,, Mr and Mrs Bob Gross of Britt Went to Canada on a sightseeing trip. . i "; Mrs. . Sylvia' Kauffman r . and childretixof Des Moines were vis- iters at the Earl*'Kauff man home August 17 to 23. On Sunday:-Mrs 'Kauffman's ^parents, -ReV; and. Mrs Harlan Crouch, her brother, Harlan Crouch and • family, and her sister, Betty Crouch,;, came from Des Moines to visit-: the Kauff mans. Mrs-Lowell Larson and Mrs toy Kluger Spent Friday ahd Sat- M-day at 1 St. Paul visiting Barbara /•I4-.M* ' ' 1 . ' r. The <• Emil oS: ors *{ the Worn* of his patents, the %hf Clarence Hotfeys of Atm* stronf aid S5' tfenVy SchUleTs !£S?f£m Sunday until Thurs- j*_.. «„ « <.5niito0*»inif trip thfotigh day on a sightseeing trip thfougn the Black Hills and Bad Lands. S DAYS SPECIAL3 2nd Tire $ 1 Mrs David Ea'rp is & surjerj patient at, the "Immanuel Luth ern hospital at Mankato. Her par-* ents, the Maynard -Jensens have been" to visit her at the hospital. Gordon Heglund and Ronnie Roalson of Fairmont and Wendell Ditsworth of Swea City, members of the'Civil Airv Patrol of Fairmont,'left Sunday morning on an aerial search, for four men Who left from Charles City on a fishing trip to Canada. The Eagle Homemakers met at the home of Mrs O. E. Guinn September 8 to organize for the coming year. . Mr ahd Mrs Johhie Tobin and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Brones spent Saturday and Sunday . at the .Minnesota State Fair. Weekend visitors at the Walter Magnusens were Mr and Mrs Art Peterson and'Mr and Mrs Clifford Peterson and Mary Ann, all of Mirineapolis.-Tuesday, Mrs Walter Magnusen's sister and niece^ Mrs Palmer Cassem, and Mrs Thelma Korman and children of New Richland. were coffee guests at he Mr°and Mrs' Dale Reed and children of Spirit Lake, and Mrs Orville Miller and.Donald drove to Minneapolis -Friday ta spend :the weekend at the Millers daughter's the Bob Moritz. DAVIS, YLON"" 01 With Purchase Of TIRE ONE DAVIS NYLON CORD TIRE At LIST PRICE Plus Tax & 2 Recappable Tires Saturday, Mr and, Mrs Hans Peterson and Hans' brother, Chris Peterson of Estherville were Called to Des Moines to be with ,the men's mother who was very ill. Darrell Newliri left Sunday to go to Des Moines where he showed a Hampshire boar at the state fair. Mrs Forrest Erickson is visiting at the home of her daughter the John Meyers at New Port, Minn. Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson.and family came home Tuesday from a trip which took them to Port Arthur and Fort Williams, Canada. * i Enjoying a picnic at the Wendell Ditsworths Sunday were Mrs Conrad Brekke, and Mr and Mrs Larry Smith and family of Estherville, and Mr and Mrs Floyd Brekke and family. 803-A Sewing Machine BIG NEWS is the revolutionary Free-Westinghouse Super Deluxe Automatic! It's an "automatic" seller . . . designed for Ihe needs of everyone . . . It's ihe one machine designed io "do everything" . . . doing it simply, easily, with perfect precision. As Low As $89.88 :;•,.. TERMS ^ Bjustrom Furniture ] '•". ' TF Now you Know! t The answer to everyday insurance problems By L. .S. Bohannon QUESTION: Does ordinary Extended Coverage insurance pay for damage lo a house by high wind? ANSWER: Yes, windstorm damage is one of a number of hazards covered by thai form of insurance. . * if you'll address your own insurance questions to ihis office, we'll try to' give you the correct answers and there wil be no charge or obligation oi any kind. LS. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 MOM!!! ROBERTS IMPORTED Stainless Steel TABLEWARE £PC. Setting Reg. $1.95 ONLY $1.00 ALGONA, IOWA tease •family income... Invest your funds NOW i for our liberal earnings! SET ASIDE your accumulated' cash reserves here.. .where they earn two above-average dividends each year. Start today! /, Save any amount, any time Save in person, or by mail Now Paying 3^2% Current Earnings HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION SINCE 1917 YOU MEAN I CAN CUT T AMOUNT Of FEED I B(JY AS MUCH AS 95% ? PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, September 17, 1959 is notable as marking the orie hundred seventy- second anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution of the United State of America by the Constitutional Convention; and WHEREAS, To accord official recognition to this memorable anniversary, and to the patriotic exercise which .will form a noteworthy feature of the occasion, seems fitting and proper; and . n.,,— ,, , - •""•'t WHEREAS, Public Law No. 915 guarantees the issuing of a proclamation by the President of the United States of America designating September 17 through 23 of each year as Constitution Week; 1 ' Yes, you can cut your costs even while getting peak . feeding efficiency with Kidman's. Since your own grains make up to 95% of your feed, your, out-of- pocket cost is really LOW on the Kidman's program. You buy only the part of your feed you cannot raise. Kidman's concentrated balance of vitamins, minerals, antibiotics and other additives combined with your own grains make a complete feed giving fast gains at greatly reduced costs. < ; A COMPLETE PROGRAM FOR HOQS • CATTLE • POULTRY DALE LOCKWOOD BURT, IOWA PHONE 201 .Whether you feed hogs or beef, have a dairy herd or raise poultry you'll save on the Kidman's program, FREE new feeding! book lets you figure how you save men* ey with Kidman's. 1 Write tod^y for your copy. NOW, THEREFORE, I, C. C. Shierk, by virtue of the authority vested in me as Mayor of the City of Algona, do hereby proclaim the week of September 17-23, 1959, as CONSTITUTION WEEK in the City of Algona, and urge all our citizens to pay special attention during that week to our Federal Constitution and the advantages of American citizenship. «* In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the City to be affixed at Algona, Iowa, this fourteenth day of September, 1959. ) Signed Dr, Camerpn C, Shierk Seal - ' . \ - ' (This proclamation sponsored and paid for by the Algona Chapter, Daughters o|< ihe American Revolution.) • / — (3?)

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