The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1968 · Page 2
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2~AI0*f»6 (Id.) Upper DM M«in*s Thursday, Jon. 11, 1968 LuVerne And Westey Ladies Return Home LuVERNE - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard and son Chris, Wesley and Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, LuVerne, mother of Mrs. Nygaard left Dec. 21 for Brunswick, Ga. On their way to Georgia, they stopped at West Branch, Iowa, to visit the Hoover Memorial. Dec. 24, they attended the wedding of L. C. Corporal Marvin Eggleston, Brunswick, a grandson of Mrs. Eggleston and a nephew of Mrs. Nygaard. Christmas Day they were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blunt, parents of Mrs. Bob Eggleston. Christmas evening, they were supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Eggleston, son of Myrtle Eggleston and brother of Mrs. Nygaard. On their way home they stopped in Birmingham, Ala. and visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Vorkies. Jan. 4, they spent the evening in the home of Beulah and Doris Eggleston, West Des Moines, daughters of Mrs. Eggleston and on Friday they returned to their homes. - o Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bjustrom and son were New Year's dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Stewart. Mrs. Robert Hardcopf returned home after assisting in the home of her daughter, Barbara Templin and sons, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs 1 . Frank Gronbach left for a 2-month vacation at Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer was hostess for Circle 1 Wednesday. Vice-chairman Fern Neal conducted the meeting and led the lesson on the topic, "A Gift from the Heart." Circle n met in the home of Minnie Davidson Wednesday with 10 members present. Betty Johnson had devotions, Alma Madden had the lesson on "Highlights'of a trip to Germany years ago." She also showed a vase she brought back from Germany at that time, which has the praying hands on it. She also read a script on the man in Germany who was the first to make the praying hands. Circle HI met at 6:30 Wednesday in the home of Florence Stewart for a pot-luck supper, with the husbands as guests. Invited guests were Rev. and Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trauger. Mr.Trau- ger showed pictures of their trip to Alaska last summer. Tim Blumer of Ames spent Sunday night in the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Delain Blumer and attended the funeral of Howard Smith on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Studer spent Saturday and Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Studer, Ames. New Year's Eve guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johns were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Daley and Mr. and Mrs. Allyn Brink. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly. Mrs. Ray Agard left Dec. 25 for Bell City, Calif., to spend 10 days with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsen visited Mrs. Eli Bager Sunday at Mercy Hospital in Mason City. Mrs, Bager is a patient there. Mr. and Mrs. Art Wiese, Algona; and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsen, LuVerne, were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Stoll, Eagle Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilhelm and Ernest Meyer, Jr., were New Year's dinner guests in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Stoll. New Year's Day guests in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Nielsen were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen.Mr. and Mrs. George Studer, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johns, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jansen. David Biesemeyer, Madison, Wise., and Mr. and Mrs. John Felsch, White Bear Lake, Minn., were guests of their parents, Rev. and Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer during the Christmas holidays. Rev. and Mrs. Biesemeyer attended the wedding of Joyce Emmick and Waldon Paige at Rockwell City Friday. Rev. and Mrs. Forrest Flowers, Rockwell City, were dinner guests oftheBiesemeyers New Year's Eve. Rev. and Mrs. Biesemeyer were New Year's Day guests in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Ben Price, Clarion. Darrel, Darin and DeEtta Stoll of Eagle Grove spent the weekend in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes and family, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Max King and family, Algona; Holly De Nio, LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark, Bayard; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Leistikow and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fisher were New Year's guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Collyn DeNio, Cedar Rapids, visited over the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burt DeNio, and also in the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Duran Watts, and in the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holmes. Several From Swea Vicinity At Shower SWEA-EAGLE -Several from the area attended the pre-nuptial bridal shower for Peggy Pettit of Lone Rock who will become the bride of Wayne Preston, son of the Howard Prestons. The miscellaneous shower was held Saturday evening at the Legion hall there. The wedding will be held at the Presbyterian church at Lone Rock, Jan. 20. The couple will be at home at Fenton where he is employed at the elevator. She has a beauty shop at Lone Rock. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lloyd and family, St. Louis, were at the Carl Schauberger home for three days at New Year's, and visited other relatives in the Ledyard area. Jay W. Brones went to the home of a daughter, Mrs. Wm. Buhmann, Emmons, Minn, for an indefinite stay. He has been at the home of the Andrew Brones since August. Guests at the Dettmer Thompson home were the Glen Olsons, Richard Olsons and Elmer Franks. The Gene Thompsons returned home Thursday from Ozona, Tex. where they have been visiting his brother and family, the John Thompsons. The Thompsons and their family were gone from home for three weeks. The men enjoyed deer hunting in Texas and they all visited the Sonora Caverns. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Geortzen Why Continue to Advertise? Every newspaperman has heard the story, but it bears repeating: One day, P. K. Wrigley was riding on a train with a friend and the conversation turned to the chewing gum business. The friend, who had an eye for saving a penny, suggested now that Wrigley chewing gum was so well known and had such large distribution it might be wise to dispense with advertising, save that expense and make that much additional profit. "I could ask the conductor of this train the same question," replied the financial genius. "This train is now going 60 miles per hour, so why not disconnect the engine? Advertising is to merchandising what a locomotive is to a train. It is the power which keeps it going." I X' I and family, St. Paul, Minn., were Saturday, Sunday and Monday guests of the Paul Wiechmanns. At the Walter Goraczkowskis for dinner New Year's Day were the Orville Thoreseon family, Harvey C. Larsen family, Mrs. Victoria Goraczkowski, Armstrong, Mrs. Otto Larsen and Sylvester Goraczkowski. Mrs. Walter Goraczkowski left Friday to visit her daughter and family, the Richard Harrisons, Racine, Wise., and to make the acquaintance of a new granddaughter who was born Jan. 2 at Racine. The little one has been named Susanne Marie and has a sister, Barbara, three years old. Mrs. Ida O'Green and Harold spent a week over Christmas at the home of Mrs. O'Green's youngest son and family, the Robt. O'Greens, Detroit, Mich. The Everett Johansons were Sunday visitors at the Henry Kosloski home at Fairmont. Kim Wegner, 4, daughter of the Jerry Wegners, underwent a tonsillectomy Friday and was an overnight patient at Fairmont Community hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Inglet of Ledyard were Friday evening callers at the home of her sister, the Carl Schaubergers. The Wallace Dawson family spent Christmas in California with her parents, the Merton Roalsons, at Hawthorne, along with other members of the Roalson family. The Ho ward Roalsons came from San Jose to be with them. The Dawsons were gone from Iowa for 23 days. The Hans Petersons celebrated the 15th birthday of their son Paul Saturday evening. Guests were the Dan Petersons and Treva Peterson, Estherville, and Harlan Fisk, Jeffers, Minn. Miss Peterson and Mr. Fisk were weekend guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ringsdorf and Michael, Centerville, spent the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, from here, and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf, Burt, and with other relatives and friends. Joe, a sophomore at Centerville College, will transfer for the second semester to Emporia, Kansas Teacher's College. Joe has received a football scholarship. C. D. A. will meet Wednesday evening, Jan. 10, with Mrs. Marvin Reding, grand regent, presiding. The annual CDA guest night for husbands and guests ••> Winter Clothing at Hot Summer Prices DIAMOND'S JACKET HEADQUARTERS OF NORTHWEST IOWA K L G A HAS WHAT YOU WANT MUSIC -NEWS -WEATHER SPORTS -INTERVIEWS All THIS AND MOW . . . IVBRYDAY KLGA IS YOUR RADIO will be held Jan. 21, with a potluck dinner preceding a social evening. Rev. Wm. B. Devine, Sioux Rapids, spent several days here during the holiday season with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Devine, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. David McGuire and family spent Christmas with Mrs. McGuire's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Isaac, Detroit, Mich., and with other relatives and friends. Sister M. Lois Marie, Dyersville, spent the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Eldon and Peter. Jo Ann Erpelding, Des Moines, also was a visitor in the parental Paul Erpelding home. Sister Dorothy Kramer, Templeton, spent the holidays here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kramer, Raymond and Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Reinald Salz and family, Ottumwa, were visitors here during the holidays with relatives and friends. Todd Michael Faber, adopted son of Mr. and Mrs. Florian Faber, born Dec. 21, was baptized in St. Joseph's church Sunday by Rev. L. C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Herman Faber and Rosie Nierck. Deanne Marie Bormann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bormann, born Dec. 24, was baptized in St. Joseph's church Sunday by Rev. L. C. Schumacher, with Mr. and Mrs. Merle Laubenthal as sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson and family left Monday for their home near Polk, Ohio, after spending the holiday here in the home of Mrs. Anderson's parents and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Gales and family, Glenview, HI., spent the Christmas holiday here in the parental E. J. Gales home and with other relatives and friends. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiu OTTOSEN Mrs. Loran Daniel, Margaret Holt and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson were New Year's Eve guests at the Fred Benjamin home at Bradgate. Mrs. Etta McCormack of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCormack of Rutland were New Year's dinner guests at the 'Raymond Borkowski home. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the Tom Olson home at West Bend. New Year's Day they were dinner guests at the Earl Osborn home at Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyer and daughters, Rutland; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and family, Algona; Elsie Meyer, Fenton; and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer and fam- ily were Tuesday dinner pests at the Martin Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speich and family of Algona we re Sunday and Monday guests at the Antone Speichs. *ftftft**ft**ftftft»ftft»**ft********** •*****-*•»* ************* Coming! THURSDAY, FEB CORN'SOYBEAN CLINIC 8 EXPERTS 9 to 12 — I to 3 P.M. at GARRIGAN HIGH AUDITORIUM Free Lunch at Noon - Save The Date ! (Watch This Paper For Full Details) I*********** ****************** *** j j j j ) > > i GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW 1 AROUND THE TOWN & ( COUNTRY J Meet Dennis Lickteig Our Good Neighbor for this week needs no introduction to a great many, but for those not acquainted with Dennis Lickteig, who farms 520 acres 1 1/4 miles north of St. Benedict in Prairie Twp., here are a few facts. Actually, Dennis is a native of Kansas - a Jayhawk - but Kansas can't lay much of a claim on him because he moved to the Corwith area with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteig, when he was only 1 1/2 years old. He grew up in farming, and began on his own in 1947 after completing service in the Army and moved to the farm in Prairie Twp. He was married to Louella Waldschmidt in 1942, and the family consists of seven children: Richard, who farms near Sexton; Anita, who is Mrs. Jim Gunderson of Schaller, la.; Mike, who is a student at Mason City Junior College; Eugene, who is a student at Universal Trade School in Omaha;;and Colleen, Merle and Carol/all at home. The family attends St. Benedict Catholic church, and Dennis is a member of the Knights of Columbus. Dennis is a large raiser of hogs, and his fertile acres produce corn, beans and some oats to round out the farmingprogram. Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumbing - Hcntlng Sheet Metnl Gas or OH Units Pumps Water Systems Complete Fixtures Phone 295-3640 ALGONA DENNIS LICKTEIG Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS SALES & SERVICE EATINGaPLUMBI Phone 295-3501 ALGONA P.R. IRONS Pictured above is the P. R. Irons Heating and Plumbing establishment located at 812 East McGregor Mreet in Algona. The business has been in Algona since 1940. A larger building was needed to facilitate the expanding business back in 1946 and this is the building to the east of {he original building. Irons features the leading brands of plumbing fixtures, furnaces and air conditioning equipment. work the business does * compiete une ° f For reliable, efficient and friendly service in your plumbing and heating needs, be they large or small call P. R. Irons Heating and Plumbing. They are "Completely equipped to serve you completely!'' Buscher Brothers Impl. pllf Molln* - K«lly.Ryan - Pap«c New Idea Form Machlntry \'» '} ii ; ' pure**** fN#V . * ! ',|N f Sales • Services 0 friendly & Courteous Always N. Main St. Phone 295-3451 Ernie Williams Jphn Deere Farm Machinery BOTH QUALITY * SERVICE Located east of Algona on highway 10. Phone 295-3561 ALGONA >.' t; Plumbing Heating Service 812 E. MCGREGOR TELEPHONE 295-3640 ALGONA Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona - Trucki - Tirai GEHL STANHOI8T OWVBR GMC trucks FIRESTONE tlrea Phone 295-2421 ALGONA

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