The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1961 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1961
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Car At Wesley Goes Through FMI;*; *?'-.„ :,*j, >;«f^~ . Wssfey — Fred Rasmussen had the -misfortune of stepping oh the /atc&lerator instead of the brake of his" car when 1 he entered this garage Friday - morning. The tar pushed out the deep freeze, which Wias ahead of it and went half way thru the south wall of the -garage. Mis sons Pat and Mefle came in and got the car out and .the wall repaired that afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rasmussen theti-leftcfor a week's visit with thif daughter and family at Deep River, Minn. Baccalaureate Held ~¥he baccalaureate program was. held Sunday evening in.Corwith for the seniors of the CorWith" .Wesley Community school. • .The processional was played fay the concert band; the invoca- ti6tt,by;Rev.-LeRoy Gardner; the glrl'S "Septette sang; the class Serfnoftr "What Shall We Do With Our Lives?" by Rev. David Bab* cock; clarinet solo by Diane Newbrough; benediction by Rev. Gardner; recessional by the,concert band, Wesleyans who are in the graduating class are Duane Becker, Dianne Discher, Maxine Dornbier, Arlene Goetz, Alan Jordan, Louis Martin, Joyce Paulson, 'Delores Reddel, Shirley Reiling and •Carol Root. Mr?. Ray Hirner and Michele NOTICE (Attention Owners Of Boats And Motors) It is the statutory duty of every owner of a boat, launch, canoe and outboard motor, whether navigating the waters ojF the State of Iowa or not, to list such property with the assessor for taxation. The Iowa State Tax Commission has issued an order to all'County and City Assessors throughout the^tate of Iowa, that all boats of every deserip- tion*are considered under the laws of this State as personal. property and are therefore subject to taxation each year. Any person who now has, and has had heretofore, a boat and/or motor, and has withheld, reporting same to the Assessor for taxation so as to evade the property tax shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by fine not to exceed $500.00, or imprisonment, or both such fine and imprison• ment. L J. Assessor, in and for Kossuth County (20-21) were brought- homil Sunday from Palo Alto hospital, Emmetsburg, where the infant was born May 10th. "The Orville Weilands have built a one car g&saga, to the north side of their house. . Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Meurer, and Jlrrt were Mothers Day. guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs.' Can Vogel. and family 'at Lohr- yille. ; . , Joyce Paulson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jjbhn Paulson and a 1961 graduate of • the Corwith' Wesley school, has ' received a scholarship for Simpson. College at Indianola for next year.' Mr, and Mrs.-. John Paulson and Joyce were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Paulson's parents', the Clarence Smiths at Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gardner took their daughter,, Diane,.. to Austin, Minn. Friday where she began work Monday in the offices of Hormel Co. She 'is a graduate 'of Hamilton Business College, Mason City. Richard Gardner was host to Orthel Eagles 4-H boys ,club May 8th at the Leon Gardner home. Leaders Paul Montag and Bill Greeri and'15 boys were present. Mothers Day guests in the Leo Hanig home were the Don and Bill Hanigs, the Roy Michaelsons and the Ray Smiths of Klemme. Mary Cruise, R. N., of Mason City, will be honored at a coin shower in St. Josephs Catholic church parish' hall Sunday afternoon, May 21. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cruise and will become the bride of'Norman Staudt of Daugherty, June 10th. • j-Mrs. Clara Erdman arrived home Saturday ^vening from a 2. week vacation trip. At War- reris Robin, Georgia, she visited her daughter,IMary Lee, .and-her husband S/M Sgt. Bowman and all went to Brookhaven, Miss, to visit his mother, Mrs. W. F. Bpw- m4p. They visited' the Little White House, Roosevelt Museum and Infantile Foundation at Warm Springs', Georgia, the Ida Casson Gardens at La Grange and the Old Missions at Natchez Mississippi. Mothers Day guests in the parental, George Vitzthum home were Janice Vitzthum.' of Des Moines, the Jack and Mike Vitz- thums, the Luke Youngwirths and Mrs. Helen Youngwirth. Graduation exercises for six students in Bible Institution were held May 14 in the Evangelical Free church by the class leader, Rev. Percy Carlsson. Students were Roha'ld Johnson, Dennis Funnemark, Dorothy and Linda Simpson, Judith Seaberg and Janice Leek. Mrs. Mariei Fitteftwdrth son Paul of BrittJwere Mother* Day guests in the Karl Robinsort home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Rbbert, Giddlngs and family of LJbwners Gr6ve, ill., spent the Mothers Day weekend with her. mother, Mrs, Heii- rietta. Bowman, and his fatHer, Gordon Giddings. ' "< Mr. and Mfs. Lowell 1 Erd/MH, Lifldsay and Paul Steveti pi Dei- corah spent the Mothers Dstf weekend with his parents',- the Paul Erdmans and with his sis* ter, Mrs. Donnelle pevereaiux and' family. • ! ;. ' Vacation Bible School in the Methodist church-is 1 scheduled for June 4-9. ' • ' Evangelical Free Church school will be in session May 29'through June 2. . Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank Johnso'ri accompanied by, Mrs. Paul Mo Neill of Algona,and Mrs. Stanley Simpson went to Zumbrota, Minn. Monday to spend the day' 1 with Mrs. Lena Johnson. Mr. -and Mrs. Alf Studer were Mothers Day guests in the Leo Young home at Garner. Sunday guests in the L. L. Lease home were Mr. and Mrs.. Loren Lease and Susan and Mr. •and Mrs. Miller of Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Studer and children and Mrs. Jerfnie Luken of Algona were Mothers Day guests of Bill's mother, Mrs, Vi j ola Studer. The baby born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downs May 2 was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Phillips and was named Daniel Patrick.-Mr. arid Mrs. Jim Reising Were spon* sors. Other callers at the. Downs home Sunday afternoon were the Ernest Gerdes family of Woden, Mrs. Tony Hildman arid Dennis of, Mason and Mrs. Jule Seller and-Linda of St., Benedict. •his right arm. * Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Moser are parents of a daughter born May 3 in Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. The infant, Joan Marie", ( Was baptized in St. Joseph's church Sunday by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher with Marilyn Moser 'find Gene Aschoff as sponsors. Mr. and Mrs, Leo Thorup and sons from Osawotomle, Kansas were visitors here last week With Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sunday afternoon visitors with Sister M. Madeline O.S.F. at Mt. St. Francis Convent, Dubuque, were Mr, and Mrs. John B. Red- Ing, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Friders and sons, Mrs. Donald Illg t Mrs, Maurice Reding and Donald Reding all from here and Betty Lou Friders from LuVerne. Sister M. Madeline is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Red- Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Friders and sons were guests Sunday in •the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Friders and family in observance of the First Holy Communion of Dean Friders. Judy Wagner and Doris Ann Kohlhaas, students at Briar Cliff College, Sioux 'City, spent the weekend here with home folks. BURT By Mrs Al Hinckley Harold Batt .'and Larry Hinck- ley, Rapid City, South Dakota, spent the weekend at the piar- ental Bill Batt and Al Hinckley homes. 'Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal and family, Titonka, were Saturday evening guests at the Lawrence Doege home. Rev. and Mrs. Fred Samek were hosts to the Methodist Ministers of the Spencer District ,and their wives at dinner on Thurs- 'day. A program was presented by Rev. McLaughlin of Ruthven and Rev. Ernest Martin of Emmetsburg. The State Line Conference Track meet was held at the Burt Athletic Field Tuesday afternoon and evening. Several former track records were broken in both afternoon and evening performances. The Swea City track team took the championship. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hammer- Strom, Pensocola, Fla., and Mick Hammerstrom, Burt, visited Wednesday with friends in Burt. Mothers Day guests at the parental Walter Steward home were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Steward, Ames, Roger Steward, Fayette, Mr. and Mrs» Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce,. Bradgate, and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Abbas, Judy and Janice. Gary Dean Ackerman, stationed with the army in Germany, arrived home Sunday. He wn:. called home by the death of his father, Hiram Ackerman. Gary and wife, will visit his mother and sisters for several weeks before returning to Germany. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller spent Sunday at the home of-their son and family, the C. E. Millers, Ti- tonfca, and attended church ser- Thursday, May 18, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Malflei-7 vices at the Methodist church. Their grandson, Greg Miller was a member of the class confirmed that day. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Tostenrud and small children moved this past weekend to their new home at Royal, where Mr. Tostenrud has purchased the garage owned by the late Merwyn Holding. Th Tostenrud's daughters, Pat and Mary, will stay at the home of Elsie Lockwood until the end of the school year. The Ralph Johnstons moved into the home vacated by tl/e Tostenruds. • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Henry of Rockwell City visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Eggleston, Thursday. Beulah and Doris Eggleston of Des Moines were Mothers Day visitors with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Eggleston. Other guests Sunday were Mrs. Jack Gensen and children 01 Phoenix, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe and baby of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard family of Wesley, Marlyn Gregerson of Rutland, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggleston, Riba and Jean of LuVerne. Mrs. John Ramus of Winter Haven, Florida, has arrived to visit her mother, Mrs. Phil C. Lichly and Mrs. Lichty and other relatives. Mothers Day guests in the Albert Wilhelm home were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wilhelm of Delmond, Mr. and Mrs. Llellwyn Hippen of Hardy, Mr. and Mrs, Richard Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Day, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wilhelm, Sharon Wilhelm, Mike McCor- inack of Humboldt, Kenneth and Ronald Wilhelm of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wilhelm, LuVerne and families. Mothers Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Prior were Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Prior and Stevie of Storm Lake and Mrs. James Sloter and Danny of Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf, Jr., of Minneapolis, are parents of an eight pound six ounce daughter, Robin Ann, born Thursday, May 11. They have another daughter and son. Mrs. Hardcopf, former Theresa Arndorfer, is the daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Arend of St. Benedict. Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf, Sr., LuVerne, are grandparents. YOU READ IT IN THE UPPER DES MOINES ST. JOE By. Mrs Syl Y/agner Joe Sinnwell underwent emergency major surgery in Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge Sunday night. Mr Sinnwell is rural mail carrier from the Bode postoffice. Wayne Olson is sub and will be carrier during, Mr Sinnweli's illness. • Ray Berle is a patient in Si. Ann hospital at Algona having been taken quite sick last week. Norman Kohlhaas, 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kohlhaas, fell out of* a swing at his home on Wednesday, fracturing llinii[»!!BIUIllllllilllllll!III[IIIIII!l!liyillll'll!|]lli;i!!i;[l!CU^ t twfeg as /^citing. .. 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