The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1961 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 11, 1961
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.) Uppif fie« Molni* fhursday, May It, 1961 Mt ahd MM Vic Friders were Visited Sunday by Mi 1 nnd Mrs Lawrence PfeffCr, Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Henry Guderian speht last weekend at Minneapolis with Mr and Mrs Milo Guderian. > Dr. and Mrs P. 0. Dorweiler we being visited this 'Week by Mrs Dbrweiler's brother, Earl Hutchison, Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Bernard Ferden had as dinner guests Sunday the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Simon Weber, Whittemore, Mrs Kaihryn Mahpney was visited oVer the weekend by Mr and Mrs W. D. Storck and Douglas and'David, Blairsbwg. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen has as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Morris Meal,; Dexter, . and Mrs H. M. Frisbie, Fairmont,'Minn,- . Mrs Elizabeth Wolfe has been spending a few days at Mason City with Mr and Mrs Pettigrew. Glen Raney and Glenn Shore attended an Episcopal church convention at Cedar Rapids a few days this week. • Mr and Mrs Leroy Lau were visited Monday by the former's aunt, Marie Blank, Klemme and Kenneth Usher, LuVeme. Mrs Effie Teeier had as dinner guedts Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed Larson, Burt, and Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson, Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Dick Buscher are going ito Bancroft Sunday to spend Mothers Day with Mrs Al Rahe. Others of the family who will be present are Mr and Mrs Howard Weydent, Lorraine Rahe, Minneapolis, Mrs .Mary Rahe and Katherine, Baocroft. - Mr and MM James folp been' visited by the lailiter's par. •ents, Mr and Mrs- Paul Haas, La Crosse, Wise. Mrs Carles Simmons relumed this week from Lutheran, bospi tall, Fort Dodge, where she had major surgery for a vertebra ail ment. Mr and Mrs John Nauholz have been Visited by the laitlcr's parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Chase, Fairbanks, and Mr and Mrs Joe McSweeney, OelWein. Mr and Mrs John Melmers were visited from Sunday till Thursday by their daughter Mrs Robert Car'lson and son Robbie and Roger, Brainerd, Minn. Sharon De Groote is coming from Vermiillion, S. D., where she is enrolled at the university and will spend the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Simmons. Mr and Mrs Charles Geilenfeld, Mrs' Emma Dreyer and Mrs Anna Hillenga attended the in- stallatiBn of the Rev. A. E. Vehling Sunday at Lotts Creek Lutheran church. Mrs C. N. Robinson has had as guests Mr and Mrs Keith Stephen Ayrshire, and Mrs Earl Miller and Marilyn, Spring Valley, Minn. The women came to attend the centennial dinner for First Baptist church members Friday evening. •, Wed Afrit 22 Here LOVES CANDY: ESPECIALLY WHITMAN'S! Please Mother with a* box full of happiness. She'll ' love these candies.! Select. Candy specially boxed for Mother's Day. ' 'LARGE ASSORTED ? SELECTION THUENTE Pharmacy ONE OF LP-GAS TRACTORS in the LP-GAS On-The-Farm Giveaway j-yj-j'fj ^-.t«.*M 3 Gotcher LP-Gas 2-Row Flame Cultivators. 10 LP-Gas Tractor Conversion Units. Carburetion by Algas and Century. Tanks by Manchester. 5 Manchester Handiman LP-Gas Weed Burner*. 10 Johnson LP-Gas Stock Tank Heaters. 10 A.R. Wood LP-Gas Radiant Chick Brooders. 10 Johnson LP-Gas Pig Blankets, 10 Manchester LP-Gas Hand Burner Kits. 100 Ronson LP-Gas Varaflame Lighters. COME INI ENTER OUR GIVEAWAY AND GET YOUR FREE BOOK... '•LP-GAS ON THE FARM" ******************** ******* NOTHING TO WRITE-NOTHING TO BUY Just fill out an Entry Blank KOI/1? FREE ENTRY BLANK AT THERMOGAS Co. of ALGONA Mr and Mrs Martin Norlcnd, 'newlyweds, are shown in the'above photo. Mrs Norland is the former Arnetta Sweet of AJgona and Mr Norland is a son of the Oscar. Norlands of Titohka.. They were married Saturday, April 22, in Trinity Lutheran church here at 7:30 p.m. with Rev. G. .Gerike officiating. A reception was held in the church parlors following the wedding ceremony. The new bride is employed at Druggists Mutual here and the bridegroom farms near Ti tonka, where they are making their home after a wedding trip to Missouri. (UDM Engraving) . So. Phillips Si., Algona Phone CY. 4-2841 (18-19) Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson had 'S3 dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Larry Johnson and little son Steven, who. was baptized thai moring in the Methodist church. Mrs Effie Teeier, Mrs Harvey John-son and Linda Larson attended funeral services last week, Thursday at New Hartford for Dorothy Larson, 67, former resident at Plum Creek who died of a stroke. Mr and Mrs David Sweet are parents of a daughter born May 4 at St. Ann hospital. She weighed five pounds and three ounces and has been named Deborah Ann. Mrs Sweet is the former Betty Doyle. Mr and Mrs Howard Stephenson and son Steve are going to Charles City Saturday and will be guests of Mr and Mrs John Millward. The men plan to go to Cedar Falls to see the alumni football game. ; ;' J4rp' : OliV8 Herbst has sold her home on East Call street to Mr and Mrs Leo Waldschmidt, who will take immediate possession. Mrs Herbst now dives on South xnorington Street, having moved there several weeks ago. Dr. and Mrs L. Rv Potter and Mr anid Mrs Don Patter were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Don McDonough and children, John, Jim and Jean of Schailler. Mrs McDonough is a daughter of the Dr. Poitiers. Mr and Mrs Maynard Stephenson came from Manchester to attend the fiftieth wedding anniversary celebration of Mr and Mrs J. F. Hofius. They were house guests of Mrs Julia Taylor and also visited Mr and Mrs Cecil McGinnis. Frances Hough came from New York City and spent from Monday till Saturday with her father and his wife, Mr and Mrs Ed Hough. Miss Hough has been in New York several years and s copy writer for the Blooming Dale store. Mr end Mrs Tom Potter of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Joe Funk were guests of the women's jarents Mr and Mrs . Kenneth •Cickbush Sunday. The Potters' daughter Christy had been visit- ng Mr and Mrs Joe Funk since Thursday and was taken home by her parents. Mr ard Mrs Willis Marshall visited Mr and Mrs Dennis Schul/. at Mora, Minn., and saw for the first time the infant daughter, Lori Lynn, born April 26 to Mr and Mrs Schulz. They also joined Mr and Mrs Charles Sorensen, Corwith, at Glenwood where the Sorensens have a cottage. Mrs Earl Sheppard. Mrs Garland Bradley and her daughter, Mrs James Drone, were at }owa City recently and Mrs Sheppard visited Louis Schumacher, who was .hospitalized there 12 days but is now at home. Mrs. Schunacher was with him most of the ime and he was brought home )y his daughter, Judy, who is at- ending a school of nursing in Des Moine'3. The Dirones little .wo year eld son was taken for examinations but was dismissed until a few months hence when he will be again be taken to the university hospital. Graduate 21 At lakota, May 23 Lakota Consolidated School's commencement has been scheduled for May 23 in the school auditorium. Kent King, Mankato State College will give the commence rnent address. The Rev. Mr Mc-inecke, Lakota, will deliver the sermon to the class. Supt. John W. Cook and Prin cipal Clayton Helvick will an nounce the names ol the scholas tic leaders. Candidates for graduation are ;Roberta Addy, Sharon Apka, •James Boettcher, Jane Blome 'Dennis Boetcher, Duane Carlson, Maxine Claton, Alice Clarken, John Cordes. Beverly Cushman, Susan Eichhorn, Stanley Ellman, Linda Gallagher, Robert Hamilton, Linda Koppcn, .Carolyn Paulson, Roberhas, Ivan Sunde, Sharon nv Robert Stephas,' .Ivan ' Sunde, Sharon Thompson,- Joyce Thornsen, Roger Wilcox. 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