The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1961 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1961
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fl*»') UpP«* Sat Molmi Thursday, May 4, 1961 . Rev. Elmer Samuel Nleholsbn passed away foliowihg a stroke at his home in fitonka at-ildon, Thursday, April 27, 1961. ;He Was born ,at Miller, Indiana Sandra Shilling fe*urft«d lut «- dny from F6rt Sill. Okla., whefe she had-.yisllecl a .few days, with .her-brother, Barrel .Sl&llnft Wlf6 is in service,; '.,,''•' •' Mr and Mris Paul DellmSn have been. visited 'by JUlius Doefing and wife from California. The visitors also spent Some timfe with other relatives in tfiis vicinity. ' '' Dr Wlllian Clegg was in ai* tendance at tlie 30th AfihUal fid* i «c w«a uum ,ui muuu ucationnl Convention o f t h } t oh March '1, 1'89D son of rveis-ana Chiropractic Society of Iowa at Jennie Anderson Nicholson and DesMoines, .April 29-30 and May was baptized in the Lutheran 1st. . , *' church, Crisman, Indiana. Mr and Mrs J. D. Cash spent the After completing high school weekend at Des Moines with Dr, jat Crismari, he-taught School. La- and Mrs Paul Cash and the form' ter he attended Capital UniversU er attended a high school class ty, Columbus, Qhlb and was gra- reunion at Lenox. They also visit*' duated from Augustana College, ed with Amy Cash. * v .'"Rock Island,, Illinois in 1914.. He Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley will received his seminary training at' be visited over the weekend by' the United Lutheran Seminary in Mr and Mrs Richard Boisjolle and May wood, Illinois, and was, or- family, Minneapolis; and son Mark dained in 1917. While serving B Seeley, a student at St. Thomas charge at Harvey, Illinois, he was college, St. .Paul, Minn. '. called to be one of the first A-, fc^l* a**?! K^t*fl Ufi11t(**M t)»« ^t_ ...L..' , n-iArti n»*n T * l4l* J1*tn*t \iti nn*n« ri •*• MM *.«> Retired Luthern Pastor, * - " j '•->--. *' 71, Succumbs At •__ The Weidenhoff Corporation observed a birthday Monday morning during a "coffee break" and each and every employee received a piece of a huge birthday cake purchased for the occasion. ihe_eake was inscribed "5th Anniversary" and had a drawing, in frosting, of the plant on it In the above photo, Ken Peirce, vice president and general manager of the local manufacturing firm, is shown wielding the knife used to slice the cake. Beside him are five women who have served the greatest number of years in the assembly department at the plant. They are, left to right, Blanche Lage, Leona Smith, Jane Hildebrandt, Louise Engstrom and 1 Evelyn Wetzel. n™ w th Sr °£ ic ^? of - th j e I 00 ?, 1 £"l!< which became a part of Snap-On Tools five years ago, nnrf MiW - <3?T-i?' P 1 " 68 . 1 ^' R " L ; Giro y eTr ' secretary, Elmer Walter, treasurer and comptroller and Miles Slomker, assistant secretary. (UDM Flashfoto-Engraving) Mr and Mrs Lyle Riedinger spent the weeknd at Sibley with . Mr and Mrs AI Doll. Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid spent , Sunday at Blue Earth, Minn., with Mr and Mrs Fred Schroeder. Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips spent Sunday at Stewartville, Minn, with Mr and Mrs Paul Phillips: ; ''.,.• Madonna Gisch came 'from Mason City where she attends school and spent "'the weekend with her .parents, Mr and Mrs John Gisch:'.,. ,Mr and Mrs Harold Roth had Mr and Mrs A. K. Shaw as guests Sunday. Cresco Mother and Daughters club' will meet May 10 at the home of Jean Metzen, with Opal Barker assisting. Mr and Mrs Adrian Sterling have returned from a few weeks- visit at Costa Mesa, Calif., with Mr. and Mrs Stanley Miller. Mr and Mrs Clifford Hiebhoff and, Joyce visited recently with Mr and Mrs Calvin Tschetter and family at Wisconsin Rapids, Wise. Now you can save money on your seed corn without settling for less than PiOMiiR performance. Ask about the new Pioneer Quantity Savings Plan ORDER YOURS FROM YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: R. I. Mawdsley Algona Aaron Steussy Algona Ted Hoover, Sr Algona Henry Schroedsr Lone Rock Euaene Kollasch Bode Walter Vaudt .... Whittemom Robinson Produce . . __ Wesley Jack Dethmers — Garner District Sales Mgr. , Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain Mm York. It. T. <R n »l.n D iv- .. ***** Twk, M. first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and reliev* fain — without surgery. In ease After case, while gently relieving pein, actual reduction {shrinkage) took place. §9 thorough that sufferers mad* astonishing statements like "PUea nave ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing sub- Stance (Bio-Dyne«)-discovery of * m? 8mou * research institute. This substance is now availably in tuppoattory or ointment / e rni under the name -Pr«p«r«tt»» U9, Mr and Mrs Leighlon Misbach are being visited by the latter's mother, Mrs F. A. Carlson, De& Moines. Mr and Mrs Chester Schoby had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Robert Hicks, John, Robbie, Bill and Linda Ames. . Mr and Mrs Howard Slillman were visited Saturday and Sunday by the parents, Mr and Mrs Zene Stillman, Nevada. Mrs J. W. Pentecost had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Louis Heetland and Mr and Mrs Ray Sassman all of Renwick. Mrs Bertha Dellman accompanied Mr and Mrs Roney Jensen, Lakbta, to a Fellowship meeting at Fort Dodge Monday. Mr and Mrs Lawrence HiedeJ md Betty and G. O. McFarland, Burt were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Charles Day'at Stanhope. Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn were visited over the weekend by Mrand Mrs R. M. Lirideen and son Thomas, Rochester, Minn. Mr and Mrs Murl Polter ana the latter's father Tom Ried spent Sunday at their cottage at Spirit Lake getting it ready for sunmmr use. , Priricilla Loss' was taken 'lp St. Ahh hospital Monday morning! She has been a resident at the Good Samaritan home the past two years. Mr and Mrs Paul Palmer had Mr and Mrs James Palmer and Brenda of Iowa City as guests Sunday. James is enrolled at the University. C. V. Fowler has lefl for New York on a buying trip. Enroute he will visit with his son, Robert Fowler and family at Glen Ellyri, 111. He expects to be gone about two' weeks. Mr and Mrs Albert Slobe and the hatter's mother, Mrs Martha Rammer, drove to Big Stone City, S. D. last week Tuesday and attended funeral services Wednesday for Mrs Slobe's cousin, Mrs Matthew Stodolski. Mrs Eslner DeC j-np accompan led her daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs John Bergman, Burt, to Des Moines Sunday where Mr Bergman had a check-up at Veterans Hospital. While in Des Moines Mrs DeCamp visited two other daughters, Mrs Joan Dunson =>nd family and Harriet DeCamp. Fr. Joseph Studer, Heelan high u-nool, Sioux City, was a guest mis wcoknd ai thu home of his ;>aion;s heie. Mr and Mrs Don Heniirig, also of He-elan, were •il.--o su:-sts of the Studers. Mr <nd Mi-s Studer and family help- el the Roman Eisenbachors 01 Armstrong celebrate Mr Eisen- ;ichc-i's birthday May 1. Joan Kay Studer made a birthday .•alee for her uncle. Mr and Mrs William Runchey were visited .last week by Mrs Emma Collinson, Oroville,, Calif.,and Mrs Etta Holdren, Burt. Sunday the .Runcheys were dinned guests of Mrs Holdren. * - +a Mr and Mrs Lawrence.Winkel' Mr and' Mrs C.>J.' 'McEVfly anB' Mr and Mrs ti. W. Stebritz anfi Diane were breakfast guests Sure- day of MK and: Mrs jLSwrftide Kirsch at Whittemore.- . • ' •-:, Judge and. Mrs G. W. SliUman are being 'visited -this week by their daughter, Mrs 'Dan ' Jones and sons, Brad and Martin, Mount Vernon. Mr Jones .will'join""therh for the return home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Farnk .Osfrum and Mr and Mrs Elliott Skilling wefe visited last week by Mr and 1 Mr Jim Ostrum, Christine and Mich ael, Kenosha, Wis. Other; guest were Mr and Mrs Don Ba'ade an children, Titonka.' '' • • .>,.:Mrs Elsie Hansen visited . : M Jackson, Minn, with Rudy Hari and famly for the; past thre weeks. She returned Sunday Mrs Harig*. is the former liaura Hanseri. The .Harigs operate a Coast-to-Coast store -at Jackson. Mrs Clarence Morrall and he sister Olive' 1 Strohman of Lake field, Minn., returned recently from Brownsville, Tex.,-' -where they had spent' the winter. Mrs Morrall spent the "weekend a Armstrong with-Mi-'and Mrs Bernard Morrall. " Mrs Frank Ostrum 'had- as callers one day last week Mrs Ella Johnson, Sioux Falls, S. D., ; and tfrs Nell Saxt6n, officers' in ! the *oyal Neighbor lodge. They ; were here to attend- the- 'meeting atic pot-luck'supper held by the'Lodgfe Wednesday evening: Mr and Mrs.JEJrnej? Dole, visitex a v/eek ago Sunday 'ait" the home of their daughter, the Joe Bird 'arnily at'Iqwa City. Mr and Mrs Gerald Franki and Mrs Marie Franki drove to Wat-i' ei loo, recently, to :vlsit relatives, Mr and Mrs Joe Mondrogori and family have moved to a farrft house northwest of Algona. The';? had rented the Bdtt' basement house the past 2 years. Mr and Mrs Tony' Thilges and famUy moved to Towa Falls last wr>r>k, where Mr Thilges is employed by Weaver Construction Co. Mr and Mrs Donald Franki ot Minneapolis and Mr ahd Mrs Don Ber.nann of LuVerne and the G. Franki children were recent Suri. dinner guests at ihe home of their aunt, Marguerite Hayep. Mr and Mrs Donald Franki were 1 enroute to Atlanta, Ga. to 'State Ai.v:nts convention of World Insurance Co. They will also visit in Virgin!;, and Washington on their return trip. Diirrel Davis made a short visit at tho home of his parents Mr and Mr;; B. Davis. He is stationed at Ft, Knox Ky. at present. Kirk V:tzthum. S year old son of Mr and Mrs George Vitzthum, is now recovering satisfactorily fr./m his recent accident. h.«*4ti.U fcV/ W»- VSA1G V/i. Vllt; .1.11 £JV **~ merican Lutheran Missionaries to India and served in this capacity from 1920 to 1933. While on furlough in 1929, he earned his Master's Degree from Chicago University. He was married to Laura Munson at her parental home .'near' .Qalesburg, Illinois on September 2,:.I918. Two children were born; L0is, Mrs Clarence Brandt, Titonka, and, Philip of Bremerton Washington. Survivors include his" Wife, children, step-grand; children, Dale'^and Donald Tilly, 2 brothers and 2 sisters. : Preceed- jng him in death were his parr ents, 2 sisters'and 6 brothers. He served 'parishs in Ohio and Somonauk, Illinois and as Superintendent of tK'e Lutheran Homes at'-Muscatine^-Iowa. He was serving in Hammond, Indiana, at: the time of his retirement in 1955.',. : ; Brief servide's"were held in; the Blake Funeral Home in Titonka. on Friday -afternoon, April 28, with Pastor H. A. Diers in charge. Funeral services were held at Hope Lutheran Chtirch,- Grlswaflj Indiana oh Sunday, Apl-il SOj with burial in the Me Cool- Tqwftship, Cemetery. Mem- I'ym JiLL- * T.'it""" A — -j-.-*' -*•-.. .. .- services will be held in the squad members flceoffifranlad Hope LMheratt Chutth, in on the trip to display their taleftt. a later date. FeafufeJ Speaker V. J. MeyerJ baseball and. basketball coach at St. John's high acHool, Bancroft, Was -featured speaker dit the'Io'wa High School Athletic Associations spring rteetV ing at Rif>pey high school Satof- day. His talk was 'on defensive"' . baseball and 12 of nds present » fiocf OR ,Niftety year, old Dr. L, c. kern, Waverly retired "recently after & medical career of 68 years. 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