The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1961 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1961
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.4*Aigdrlif (««,) Uppti Pat Motott Thu^tttay> May 18, 1961 Julie Nygaard, Wesley, Sets Wedding Date Algona Officers » • -, / •Methodists here h'ave elected officers lor the n#w church year \vhich begins" June 1st. Rev. Newton M. CdugheVioUr was unanimously invited,to return for his fifth year here, Dr. L. L, Snyder was named charge lay leader; Vaughn |tlSr ing, financial secretary and Harold Gilmore; Church treasurer. Wes Bartlelt is lay member to annual ' conference, and Mrs. Ge,orge Wolf, alternate, Mrs. Leo Steven" is church school superintendent;: Mrs. John McGuire, district steward, Mrs. C. R. Schbby, reserve steward: Mrs. Robert Williams, recording steward. Building fund treasurer is David , Leffert; counselors, Hutchison .'and Hutchison) Harold ;Gilmore, , custodian of legal papers and Dr.-Joseph Edge, Nashville, Tennessee, member of quarterly conference. W.S.C.S. president is Mrs. George Wolf; Methodist Men president, Dean Taylor; Methodist Youth Fellowship president £/ecf For A/ew Wesley — Mr and Mrs Charles M. Nygaard of Wesley, announce the engagement.and approaching marriage of their daugnter, Julie Jiachel Of Des Moines to Kobert W. Chambers; son'of Mr and Mrs Earl R. Chambers, all of Cbrwith'. The 1 ; wedding has been set for June 17 at the First Methodist church, Wesley. Miss Nygaard graduated from Wesley attended l.S.U. at Ames and is now employed in the Accounting Dept ol Northwestern Bell Telephone in Des Moines. Her fiance graduated from Corwith and is now a senior in Ag; .Education at Iowa State University at Ames. (Ui)M Engraving) 6ih Grade Ceremonies Eighth grade graduation exercises will be held in St. Joseph's Catholic church Wednesday evening, May 3i for the 19 students. 7th and 8th grades went to Des Moines Tuesday, ,May 9 where they visited the Capitol, historical buildings and other places of interest. Chaperons were Sister, Lenore, Sister Cecelia Marie and the Mesdamos Al Lickteig, George RipKe, Wilfred liecKiu-, 1'ran- ejs, Richter and LuKe ifoung- wirth. First grade registration will be held Friday, May 1U, at 2:15. Bill Ba'rtlett. ' - Trustees named were JoHn Hayes, Bby HutzeU, and Dr. JoHn M/gchuUer, iMf, Wesley Bart* lett, Louis Kelley and DtMald Nelson, 1963; and Fred Dlek- manh, Victor Parsons and Jens Sorensen, 1964, Stewards are Roy Adams, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Deai'orfs, Anton Didriksen, Wallace McArthur, Mrs. John McGuire, Pqn Po|ter t Mrs, L. J. Reectj: |£steM«fter, William Ruritihey, Willard Shu- stad, William Steele, W.'C< T&y- lor, Dr. L. R. Potter, Chester Ajl- bright, Ellsworth Brandow, H Dale Cole, Alfred Erickson, Eu gene Furst, George Harris, James Johnson, Fr6d . Kent, Sr., Ma* Miller, Sdwirt' Mino, > Carrol /Rotter, Wayne : Smith, Earl Sriydeh M, L. VanderWaal, Mrs. Cecl Will, Mrs. J. B. Asa, Richard Bei- sall, Russell Cook, J. V. Evans, Lawrence Hutzell, Clifford Le.- weliyri, Ron Mock, Frank Moul- torx Stanley Muckey, Gordon Schmidt, C. R. Schoby, Clifford SkogStfam mitten's 'art* Perry Colli.-^™*., Louis KeIIey»TDan Johr£ Hay&,- ' Mrs. Ejldyw 'W ter, Mr. ani J. B. Asft>- - Didrikseft, Qof^Jrt^niniiiiuu^jnriJia. Edwin M^*Nfc^?? f -HfeWftro. Sttiitl i, Victor* Parsdhs; and i ! Mr»i; V,, K blroil hambttf&ew. ^e T^6hdt- .Itetfl Norton, Mrs. Ahtd^n lehmidt,. ^ Seneca Stars Host Mothers On Saturday Seneca — The Seneca Stars, met Monday evening. Andrea, Ro*- anne and Franscine* StefaflsKi Were hostesses. The group .made final plans for Mothers' breakfast to be heild Saturday momiflg, May 13, they also made plans, for Raily Day whieh will be held May 27th alt the Swea City-school. Andrea Stefcfnski and Jolleen Mueller were named to represent the club at 4-H camp. Cheryl Jensen and Rotfanne Stefanski were on the prpgrani. Francine Stefansfci demonstrated how to Seventh Heide ' Kra&se 6. seVerrth bifcthdSy' ' „, Suftdayi April SO. 1ft hdnfifc df the occasion hef'ii&fetits efttettaiH.4d at dinner, guests' belfl®, h^r grandmbthe'r-. 'M"rs EditE Cage, a|l« so Mr Ottb England of KinMed, Karen Jenitz,- arid -CaHdace 'Vattat, school friend, Mr artd Mrs Robert Knause and faihtly*of TeWtsn were supper-gtiestsi. - * , 4*4- fcL..1«U. ' - ' t Mr and Mrs Blva Burl of Armstrong were Sunday dapper guests at the Robert S'urts. = MY ami Mrs G-arry 'Hall and famMy of Webster City #ere last Suftday Visitors at the Richafd Bauers. Mr and Mrs Ralph Flier of Amery, Wise., were Sttadiay dinner guests of 'the Robert Hurts. Mr Flier and Mrs Burt are brother and sistei\ Herbert Krause attended the funeral of his uncle, Everett Dreyer, last Monday at the St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton. • • \ Mrs Robert Burt was hostess to the Modem Mixers club at he? \home Tuesday afternoon. Twelve members answered roul call. Mrs . , V , ! wftS the hWiof* ecpi uiruiu*ur"iiicjii0eF>' Mrs "fen ard BaU^ had oha*g<§ of the.eft" tferfaiarrlem. ,MM;."AlVin Cyphers will be the tf uh*fr hostess. Mrs ttfchafd'Bku'eiP eriltfertaindd five ffi'erMs from woolstaeK, ia., Thursday. They W6r^ Mfs, wini" fred Payne, Jfifc 'Gtf }J«4 jjffi Mts tfarold HaUer, MrS, teondrd Whisflet, arid Mrs Dick Eurtnett, „ MVaftd"Mrs $tehry Looft, and Mrs Martin Wilberg attended the Kossu'th' -County' Historical dinner at the CouhWy _CIub alt Algona. ' . Mrs flenry Wilberg spent the weekend visiting With the Tyrus Kllnger home at Qoldfteld and with the Paul Schwandts at Webster City. Mr and Mrs Alfred P«K r , se " had as early morning V' sl - tor j Saiturday, Mr and Mrs Edward Hasslers were enroute to tneir home after attending funeral services for Mr. Hassler of /ion, IB. thoHassler's father. Mrs Hassler and Mrs Peitersen, who ate long time friends, had not seen each other for 19 years. J. H. Jensen is a patient at the Holy Family hospital a: gher- ville suffering wi'th an aittaik 01 Sister, ItoriWi A = 'A , and ttftdfla .Ve Mr- and Mrs Alfred - - and Mrs Ae er Alvce were -Sunday dinner. their daughte>, fiardrtMy - •'•• •A -misguided phfeasfant FUNERAL fontt AT LuVERNE - WESLEY - WONKA ALLEN J. BLAKE, 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) ' ' LuVerne GOOD KNOW Around The , • • ' '.\* m . Town and •wDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery - Trucks - Tires Poppy Day Plans The' annual .observance of Pop py Day will be in Wesley May 20 and 27. Mrs Helen Johnsqn^'is newly- appointed chairman. Mrs Ed Downs and infant son were brought home Sunday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where Daniel Patrick was born May 2. Her father All' Studer entered Mercy hospital last Friday for medical treatment. Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer and Mr and Mrs Will Hrubes and lamily were Sunday din n e i guests in the Howard Henderson home in Clear Lake. They spent the evening in the George Wcl- lick home in Brill as did the Bill Buuer family. Sevc-nteun Methodist women joined women from Titonka and Burt churches at a Mother's Day Tea in the Doan church Thursday May 4. A corsage was given to Mrs Ruin Sparks as oldest member Lester Blain has been appointed to lho board of directors of Kossutli County Historical Society. Kay HUbert, daughter of Mi and Mrs Norbert Hilberl, is now employed in the First National Bank in Denver, Colorado. She was employed in the loeal Exchange Bank before going to Denver last month with her sis lor, Judy, who also expects to bi employed there Methodist circles meet Wednes day May 17 in the Otto Hinder son, Glen Gabrielson and Ha Vv'eiland homes. Mrs Mary Brad field will assist Mrs. llendersoi and Mrs Jake Meyers will assis Mrs Weiland. Friends of the Homer Andei son family will be glad to kncn their daughter Joyce, now Mi Richard Kigby of Laurens, is re covering nicely from serious sur- yery preformed 'i weeks ago. Ethel Flom attended a piano work shup Thursday, May 4, at Mason City Mrs Huzcl Gerdes arrived home Friday, May 5, from a visit in Grinnell with her daughter and lamily, the Jim Lincolns. Mr and Mrs Fred Hasmussen entertained at a family dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs Pat Rasmussen's birthday. Good Will truck will be in Wesley, early Wednesday May 31. Mrs Lawrence Baylor entered hospital at Brill Sunday for tests and observation following weeks illness. Her twin sister had facial surgery last week. Mr and Mrs Armen Adolf of Hartley spent Saturday with tht Will Martineks. Sunday gufesls in the MarUnek home wery Mr and Mrs Dorre Adolf and Shelly and Uerry Adoll of Hartley. RETIRED Ed Carper, of E.vira retired re tently after 40 years of service as a rural mail currier. He ha: depended on three horses, a mai buggy, a 1916 Model T Ford foi his early initial transportation This was followed with six Mode 1 T Foi'tU, five Va Foi'ds. unti Jeep one Dodge, two Cueviulets and Olivet Mauey-HanU Allli-Chalm»« CMC Truck! Flietlon* Tin* Phone CY 4-2421 Algona YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR Bronson Building Service "Try Us And You'll Like Us' ? Quality Lumber - Elliott Paints MILL , ; Builders' Hardware \ -..', Tools KLINE" Tanks & m REDWOOD Tanks N. of Jet. Hwys. 19 & 169 Algona - CY 4-4369 BRONSON BUILDING SERVICE ^uniinuiiniiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiunuiiiiiM Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery Bronson Building Service, pictured above, is a local corporation located just north of the junction of Highways -f Tand 169. The business was established in October of 1958. Bronson's » called Serv.ce because the busSess has a genuine service iq off.r every customer. "Tell us what you went done, a^d we'll do itr sTys C. R. Bronson, head of the corporation. This is not a contract yard. Bronson s work through local contractors and supply the materials for work lo be done. C. R. Bronson started in the lumber business in Waterloo in 1935, at that time just a young man whose iob was unloading cement. It was then he decided to someday have a yard of his own. Twenty- 1^£*Z£^«^ around the state in the lumber business, that dream came true when the ground was broken for Benson Building Servicejn July J 9 ^ sia ggpa 1 ffi ? sa 8 8ic'M? - .as,:* ^L TniereTTmTlfeTture ~h7re& ihe^annual Build erTciinic held right on the grounds. This is one day set aside juTt for answeringtquestions about building problems. Contractors and factory representatives are here for this purpose. Both Quality And Seivice Store Located On Diagonal Street On CNW TrackB. Phone CY 4-3561 Algona uiiiiuiiaiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiuiiiinffl Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly Intetnstipnol Har,vestw P« FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales & Bronson's take a genuine interest in each customer and make their friendly courteous major JS of their business. If you are planning lo build soon. Contact Bronson Budding Service m Algona. YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR J ^ J ^ jr ^ f ^~-^-s*j- t s*S* •«r^x\xx^xx^^^•^^--w'^^-''vxw•^x^ -*s^*s-+s*^^*^r*-t-*s**s**s^-+s~*s^s*<i^r*^~ts^^ Meet Cecil Long Of Plum Creek Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Seive You This week's Country Neighbor is Cecil Long, lifelong resident of Kossuth county, who for the past 11 years has farmed 250 acres fpur miles northeast of Algona. In fact the farm surrounds the site of the former Plum Creek elevator. Mr Long might be called a dairy farmer, basically, although he also iaises about 150 acres of beans, had 70 acres of pasture and 30 acres of hay tend. One of his favorite jobs is taking care of his Holsiejn mUk cattle. At the present he has 26 cows and is milking 19. Altogether he has 50 head. ---- member in- Cecil, who used to play a lot of baseball, it of the bpa«* et fe» Butf M»ttw4is* church, fii» elude hunting and fishing, He W3S b9?n Dec. 31, 1917 9n 6 fsim With p| Algona. and his parents, the Jva» Longs, live in Algona, ||j» lather owns the fwro 91* wW<* he lives, 6ecU b«? three brothers, Edward, Howard and all frpm Atgona, four s.isters, Dprotby (Mis r»»W» bon), euil ViPlft (Mis Peter Piemei). LuVerne, M iOng). 8t. Lpuis, and Hwviet Cumrrurigs, .a 4f U9hter. Marly* IM« H»?Pld ejvwt?era), *f » l» n ' Swve, 4, and a grandson, Tommy. WATCH THIS SPACE IVf RT QTHS8 WilK MiiT A NiW SOUHTRY NEIGHBOR MM Long is the former Blanche McFarland and her fathe?. <5. O, MsFsrlewd lives §t Burt, He* mpthff dj«4 in December, I960. She is a member of the Plum Creek ak»rs and enjpys sewing arjd leading, Shs w W«bs*«r City and mwried CepU July 19, 1837 . Minn. Blanche bas » sifter, Mrs Lawrense g*edf J - tw* bw?th»rs, Doyle and Darrel, both ef Polaroid Photo-Engraving) iiiiiinHiiipiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiuiiiiuniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiP 1111 ' 11111 Kelley Lumber Co Out Business Is Building" . ; . ; i, . »., .< i j.,, .- i ; . i j ; i " -. Near MJlwauUe* Depot - AlBon« llfflllllMIUlllMBM .,...'. :'.i,j,'^j i -,•>.;. .:...:t ; 'tf,. f^-tr'-':/:";;/""; /vt;v—-- Beecher Lane Appliances ••Where The FAMOUS NAMES Greel You" VKmSSFIiXiBBSUSfl In TELEV18I01* . WtttlngbouM In APPLIANCES Frlgldalr* Yonngitown Phone CY 4-3(11 A'ggna Buscher Brothers Impl. ?Minnea P oli» Moline - Kelly-Ryan New Idea Farm Machinery • Bald • S«ivlc* • Fflondly k N. Main Si, Phon« CY 4-3451 Cullen Hardware Your" Our Own ''Hardware Store" A Complete Une Of Hwrdwart t Hpuseware* • TopU * Bld|, Svppllei Phone CY 4-4630 AIGONA iiiiiyiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiii Robinson Construction Co, Sioux Steel Building* Building , For sije, MwngJh. pf bwUding. piat 14 eajiei farming. jploae CV Hw

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