[HELLO Algona.. • • News of famiHee. *nd newly married couplet who have recenjly moved to Aioone. Mr. and mV*. Gary Sipoff are newcomers to Algona having moved here after Mr. Sapoff returned from Vfet Nam. .Mrs. Sapoff was formerly from Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Sapoff have a son Daryl, 10 months old and they reside at 216 W. North St. Mr. Sapoff Is employed at St. Ann Hospital. They are members of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. * • • Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thie* have moved to Algona on July 1 from Mitchell, So. Dakota. Mr. Thies is on the faculty of the public school. The Thies's live at 610 So. Dodge St. and are members of the Trinity Lutheran Church. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson are new residents of Algona having moved here from Winthrop, Iowa. The Johnson's have three children, Kathy, 15, Julie, 11, and Rod, 9 years old. Mr. Johnson is the Field Manager for Vigor- tone Products and Mrs. Johnson is employed with the F.H.A. They are living at 123 S. Minnesota. They are members of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. * * * Newcomers to Algona are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baird who have moved to Algona on June 1 from Red Oak, Iowa. Mr. Baird is a Salesman for Welp Feed and Mr. and Mrs. Baird have 3 children, two married and one son, Don, 14 at home. The Baird's live at 417 North Main. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lenz moved to Algona on May 13 from Ackley, Iowa and are residing at Hillcrest Trailer Court. Mr. Lenz is the Manager of the Holiday Gas Station. They have two children, Sandy, 2'A years old and Karen, 6 months old. Mr. and Mrs. Lenz are members of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. * * * Mrs. Mary Jo Grill is a newcomer to Algona having moved here from the rural area and is now living at 1302 E. North St. Mrs. Grill is employed at St. Ann Hospital and has one child, Jeanie, 6 years old. Mrs. Grill and daughter are members of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. • • •",'.'•, ,."".•.;•". Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nord are new residents of Algona having moved here on June 12 from Mason City. Mr. Nord is the Watch Maker and Jeweler at Sharps Jewelry. Mr. and Mrs. Nord have three children, Thomas, who is doing graduate work at the University of Chicago, Carl, a senior in high school, and Robert, Jr., who will be a junior in high school. The Nords live at 307 Ms E. State St. and are members of Trinity Lutheran Church in Mason City. * * • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andrews and family moved to Algona recently. Mr. Andrews having come to Algona in May and his family in June. The Andrews moved to Algona from Florence, Colo, and arc living at the Hillcrest Motel. Mr. Andrews is Manager of East Lawn Memorial. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews have three daughters, Debra, 11, Diane 9, and Cleda, 3 years old. The Andrews family are members of the Lat- ted Day Saints Church. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thiec- feld are newcomers to Algona since the 1st of July having moved here from Glencoe, Minn. Mr. Thiesfeld is the Manager of the Big Bear Store. Mr. and Mrs. TWcsfeld live at 1504 E. Linden St. and are members of Trinity Lutheran Church. • e • Mr. end Mrs. Tom Damon arc new residents of Algona having moved to Algona front St. Peter, Minn. The Damons live at 219 W. State St. Mr. Damon will be working with the Head Start Program and Mrs. Damon will teach in the primary grades in the public school this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Damon have two children. • * * Mr. and Mrs. David Cagwin and family moved to Algona from Marshalltown, Iowa the middle of June. Mr. Cagwin Is associated with the Ralston Purina Co. The Cagwins have three children, Dee Ann 7, Julie 5, and Paul 15 months. They are living at 821 E. North St. and are members of the Presbyterian Church. * * * * Mr. end Mrs. Donald Hilbert have moved to Algona from LuVerne, Iowa on March 31. Mrs. Hilbert is the former Margaret Hardgrove Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert have a son, Gregory, who is 6 years old. They live at 924 Park Ave. Mr. Hilbert is engaged in trucking. * * * * Mr. and Mr». Robert Koppen are newlyweds having moved to Algona recently and are living at ^h. E. McGregor. Mr. Koppen is formerly of Algona and Mrs. Koppen a resident of Amboy. Mr. Koppen is employed as a welder at the Weidenhoff Co. They arc members of the Trinity Lutheran Church. * * * * Mr. and Mrs. Gail (Bob) Watson moved to Algona in November from Spirit Lake. They are residing at 418 S. Minnesota. Mr. Watson is employed in the meat department at Swanson's. Mr. and Mrs. Watson have three children, Bill 6, Tracy 4 and Kelly 2. They are members of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. * * * * Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walsh and family are newcomers to Algona from Sioux Falls, So. Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Walsh moved here the first of June 'and are residing at 1214 E. Elm St. Mr. Walsh is the new football coach at Garrigan high school. The Walsh's have two children, Debbie 3 and Craig 2 years old. They are members of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. Shower given at Fenton for bride-to-be Fenton — A miscellaneous shower was given Margaret Bierstcdt, bride to be of Richard Elbert, Tuesday evening at St. John's Lutheran church. Mrs. Joe Kemma had charge of the program. Jeannine Bierstedt played two piano solos. Mrs. Franklin Mueller gave a reading and Kathryn Bierstedt gave Margaret's Life History. Nancy Johnson, Marcia Meyer and Margenc Hendricksen sang. Mrs. James Meyer gave a reading. There were 100 present. Hostesses were Mi's. Larry Alt, Mrs. Jim Long, Mrs. Allwin Lockwood, Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod, Mrs. Frank Dreyer, Mrs. Walter Dae ken, Mrs. Harold Wohrspan, Mrs. Darrel Dreyer, Mrs. Ray Dreyer, Mrs. Joe Kemma, Mrs. Ray Priebe, Mrs. Willis Cotton, Mrs. Elwin Schlei, Mrs. Robert Mitchell, Mrs. Hter- schel Hartman, Mrs. Art Zumach, Mrs. Franklin Mueller, Mrs. Walter Jentz, Mrs. James Meyer, Mrs. Crvillc Kressin, Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Mrs. Loo Ramus, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. Paul Voigt, Mrs. William Hantelman and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger. TAKES TRIP WEST The Warren Jones, Jacquelyn and Gregory, left on a trip June 26 and returned July 23. They visited friends at Grainton, Neb. Phoenix, Ariz., Greeley and Glenwood Springs, Colo., and El Centre, National City, Redlands, and San Francisco, Calif. They visited Great Sand Dumes National Monument in Colorado, Mesa Verde National Park, Colo., Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, Sequoia National Park, Calif. They stopped in Tijuana, Mexico, and went to the Zoological gardens and the "Sea World" in San Diego. They atr tended a beach party on the Pacific Ocean near San Diego. They saw Disney Land, Farmers Market and Grau mans Chinese Theatre. In San Francisco they visited Chinatown and Fisherman's Wharf. They saw Lucille Ball and. Henry Fonda filming a picture "on the Wharf. They also saw Joe Dimaggio. On the return trip they stopped at Reno, Nev., and Salt Lake City, Utah. SHOWER FOR BRIDE The Legion Auxiliary gave ^"* t*t t A iiiimttfttitttt Cor of f/ie fufure Portland MMMMa+l A SWtA CITY boy, 17-year old Andrew son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Charlson, has been, named third state winner In the Fischer Body Craftsman Guild model car competition with the sports coupe pictured above He will receive a $50 cash award as his prize in the senior dlvi* sion. His model will now be in competition*«*• ol ten $1,000 styling scholarships to be awarded JurtM the National Guild convention at Detroit at the end of July. Winners will be announced July 31. iiMiiiiiiiiiimiiHiiimiMHtiiiiixliHiMiHmiiilll ••••••••c a shower for Janella Bailey Mann at Mrs. Ella Newel's Friday evening. Mrs. Rex Wolfe introduced the guests to Mrs. Faye Mann, Janelle's mother-in-law. Mrs. S. Straley, the Auxiliary president presented Mrs. Mann and Janelle with corsages and also welcomed the guests. Mrs. Robert Krause had the.en- tertainment which was traveling Bingo. After bingo gift 9 ; wore given to Janelle. Asist- Lng with opening gifts were Randa Hanson and Suzanne Newel. Janelle Bailey and Orville Mann were married June 10 in the Baptist church in Estherville. There were 24 Junior and Senior Auxiliary members present. Lunch was served 'by Mrs. Ella Newel and Mrs. Florence Grienert. OFFICERS INSTALLED The Legion Auxiliary met at Mrs. Clarence Osborn's July 14. Mrs. Nellie Wolfe, charter member of the unit, assisted by Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman installed the officers for the coming year. The unit voted $2.50 to the Eldora training school. A gift was' given to Mrs. John Bailey who is moving away. Members were reminded of the county meeting at Titonka August 8. Jacquelyn Jones, Fenton's Girl Stater, will give high lights of her experiences at Hawkeye Girls State. All members were urged to get carpet rags sewed and turned in at the next meeting. The next meeting will be the annual picnic at Straley's August 11. CLUB GUEST DAY The Friendly Neighbors club held an annual guest; day at the Lone Rock Legion Hall July 13. Roll call was answered by the members introducing their guests. Mrs. Art Priebe and Mrs. Helena Luedtke had the entertainment. Traveling Bingo was played. A potluck lunch was served. SHOWER AT ALGONA Marilyn Alt was given a shower and potluck supper at Albert Wibben's, Algona July 16. Hostesses were Marilyn's aunts. Attending from here also were Robert Retterath, the Larry AMs, Stan Berklands. HOMER WALT DIES Word has been received here of the sudden death of Homer Walt, Beaver, Penn. Funeral .services were held Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Walt is the former Marie Pertl. Guests of Mrs. E. J. Frank are her daughters and families, the Dick Sdiittzes, Long Beach, Calif., Bob Johnsons, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Howard Rabey and family, Cedar Falls. The Tony NicUes, Des Moines, spent Friday evening and Saturday at Dale Weisbrod's. The Herman Maahses visited Sunday afternoon at Howard Jet-gen's and Lawrence Fredricksen's, Bradgate. The Herman Maahses, Mrs. Donald Hurlburt and Mike and Stanley, and Johnny Mueller visited the John Maahses at Bmmetsburg. The Lloyd Oorneiluses, Graettinger, and Dais Weis- brods spent Sunday at Okoboji. Sunday afternoon guests at Dale Voigt's for Cindy's and Robert Runke's birthdays were the William DeWalls, Art Voigts, Ervin Runkes, Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls. The Melvin Berklands were evening callers. Debbie Zumach is spending the week with her grandparents, the William Zumaohs, Estherville. Pam and Lori Zumach spent three days last week with their grandparents, the William Zumachs, Estherville. Dr. and Mr*. C. 3 Primiv ing of West fiend and their son, Mr. and Mr*. Michael Primlsing and Patrick of Oshkosh, Wisconsin were supper guests in the W. J, Stewart home Friday evening, Douglas and Janine Stewart, children of Mr. and Mrs. David Stewart are spending this week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart of Burt. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Andreason attended the funeral of Harold's aunt, Mrs. Emma Scott Grooms of Cedar Falls, Iowa, who passed away Sunday night of a heart attack. A funeral was held at Cedar Falls and grave side rights at the Burt cemetery where she was laid beside her husband, Albert Grooms, who passed away some time ago. (Mrs. Grooms was a nurse in the first World War, 'stationed at the Great Lakes Naval Base. Lunch was served by ladies of the Burt Presbyterian Church after the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Moore, Mrs. Donna Steven and family went to Fort Dodge Sunday where they were dinner guests in the Donald Kemne home. Mrs. Tony Jandl, Eugene Jandl and Mrs. Clarence Diets went to Mallard Thursday where they attended the funeral of Tony Jandl'* niece, Mrs. Rose Yoch, who passed away suddenly Sunday. The funeral was in the Catholic Church at Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jandl and three children of Fairfax, Minnesota and Eddie Jandl of Gibbons, Minnesota were recent visitors in the Tony Jandl home. .Miss Catherine Trunkhill left Friday morning for Long Beach, California where she will visit her sister Moreta and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Drab. Mrs. Richard Samuelson, Sharon and Dickie Samuelson of Gamy Irvin, California are visiting in the hotne of Mrs. ElitabeOi Kennedy and Paul ftemifi.-.-," Mr and Mr*. ElnwErick ton of Rodman were Sunday dinner guoVti in the home of Mrs E&abtth Kennedy and Paul and Mr. and Mr*. Bud TMman of Mason City were Thunday evening supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruse, Leroy and Steven left Thursday for Muscatine, iowa where they will spend the weekend with Mrs. Ruse's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Reid. They will also visit the brothers and sisters in and around Muscatine and Letts. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Quint us of Garner were Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson and Bill fiatt of Burt were Tuesday evening callers and Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy were Wed' nesday afternoon visitors. "A man may make mistakes, but he is not a failure un- til he starts blaming soiti«* one else". Grtthtn HOUM M14 MO. SMONI OftlVI CilAR lAKi, IOWA Iowa's bit ftf New Invites your pirilei, lunch•on*, coffees, brunches, bridal thoweri and dinner*. •tun .casual clothes, selected lifts are carefully chosen to pleas* the diicrim- laalini. 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