The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1961 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 1, 1961
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6-Algond (la.) Upp*r DM Maine* Thursday, Juris 1, 1961 2 Homemakers Club Meetings Held, Lakofa Lakota — The Lincoln Town- Ship Homemakers met Friday at the home of Mrs. Edward Sheldahl. There were 24 present, including members and their mothers. This meeting was the annua Mother's Day Tea. Each mother was preserved wilh a tarnation Mrs. .Charles Hertzke read brief ilem on the founding of Mother's Day. Mrs. John Dorenbush also gave a short reading Mrs. Art Wirtjes and Mrs. Jr Poppe sang two songs. There was also group singing and lunch Wns served. The Ledyard Township Homemakers met Friday afternoon with Mrs. J. C. Blorhe as hostess. Fifteen, members 'and two guesls were present. The program for the afternoon centered around hobbies. Mrs. Jerry Heetlano Showed some of her hobbies. Others showing hobbies were Mary Telkiairro, Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht and Mrs. J. C. Blome Mrs. C. A, Gutknecht showed a pair of pillow cases she had mnde. " Sunday afternoon visitors at the Earl Paulsen home were Mrs. Paulsen's sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Combs and family of Fajrmont, Minn. ' Hev. and Krs. Harlan Kruse entertained members of the high school faculty and their wives at the manse .on Sunday evening following baccalaureate service* Mr.- and Mrs. Gust Koppen, Mr. and Mrs. Don Koppen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Koppen were Sunday guests' at the Eldon Heetland home in Winnebago, Minn. . The Christ family reunion was held Sunday at Hubbard. Iowa Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mabus, Mr. and Mrs, John V. Dorenbush, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith, Jr., and Mrs. Pauline Klocke. Charold Barrett celebrated his 16th birthday with help from five members of his class. Saturday, the boys went to Fairmont to the show and returned 'to Charold's home for-lunch. .Mary circle met Thursday at the home of Ruth Ley with Audrey Rippentrop. Mrs. .Schadendorf gave devotions. The lesson was given by Mrs. Gertrude Winter and a paper on family living was read by Mrs. Gertrude Gutknecht. The first grade and their teacher, Mrs. Orvick went to Mason City Thursday. Mrs. Bertha Rippentrop of Algona, her daughter, Mrs. Don Aukes of Lonoke. Ark. and Mrs. Alvin Ewing of Swea City were callers at the Andrew Jensen home Saturday. Thursday evening callers at the Ray Krominga home were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nyman and family of Bancroft. Arlo Dorenbush, Velma Meyer and JoLynn were Sunday guosts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Aukes. Kr. and Mrs. Lamont Jansen and family of Bancroft were guests at the Andrew Jansen home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Aukes and family of Ledyard, Mrs. Betty Heyer and family and Mr. anH Mrs. Cecil Hcyer nnd family of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heyor and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harvev Hcyp'r and family of Titnnka, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Aukes and Mr. and Mrs George Hoyer of Buffalo Center were Sunday guests at tho Kenneth Aukes at n birthday ivii'ly for Timmy Aukes, son of tho Kenneth AuUes. Mr. ;mcl WTrs. Andrew Jnnson were Monday evening guests nt tho Thomas Loats home in Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Bnn-ott and boys wore Sunday guests at the Rasmus Olson home at Livermore honoring Mrs. Faitli Ross's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hardgrove had a family dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Phillys" graduation. . • —o— Fred Will was dismissed Saturday from St. Ann hospital after being a.-patient there for several weeks. ' • - —o—. Belly Holt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holt, was honoree at a slumber party Friday in observance of h'er fifteenth birthday. _r>— Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sindelar be* canle the parents of twin Sons Saturday, May 27. The babies were born at St. Ann hospital and weighed six pounds, nine ounces and eight pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Lenz and Maradee, former Algonans no\y of Garner, were here Sunday to attend the Phillips-Zwiefel wedding and baccalaureate, at the high school. - • i' Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan expect to attend commencement exercises at the University of Miami in Ohio June 4 in which their daughter, Mollie, will be graduated. —o— . Memorial Day guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson were. Mr. -and Mrs. Harry Hobson of Clarion and Dr. and Mrs. Ray daughter, Alice of Hobson and Marcus. -o— Mrs. Milton Dahl and grandson, David Pratt, were in Rock Rapids last week to attend commencement exercises in which another grandson, Tom Vinson, was graduated from high school. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beardsley and Tom, Jane and Julie of Lincoln, Nebr. spent from Friday through Wednesday here with Mrs. Beardsley's mother, Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sigsbee entertained at a family dinner Sunday. f om Zender, who is by the Rosemount Manufacturing Co. in Minneapolis, .spent'-this weekend here. Hjpcame to attend commencerrtffltt at Garrlgan at which his sister, Grdtcheft, ,w8s* graduated," —o--» ( Kindergarten pupils df MfS. Charles McVay at Bryant Visited the farm of Mr. and Mrs. Janv es Camp Friday morning arid fcjf* ternoon. The trip was made by bus. Other recent close-of-schdol activities included two progratfis and coffees for the mother's,, Jim Bishop, former* Altfonan now of Cincinnati, Ohio, ^aS. released last Thursday from a Cincinnati hospital where he had been a patient for a month With a severe case of infectious" hepatitis. It is thought-that.,he .Contracted the disease While vacationing in the C'arribean. .—o—. '.. ' ' * Mary Bradley, daughter of Mr.: and Mrs. Joseph Bradley,' was dismissed from St. Ann! hospital Friday after having " had an emergency appendectomy the, srevious Saturday. She was', able* to graduate with her class-at arrigan at commencement 'Sun- dayrn. , ; • FENTON ' 1 ' I * * * ' f •""& i Mr. and Mrs. Axil £eiefio!i nnd Mr. <and Mrs. Frank McFal) spent Monday in Ft. Dodge. " Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfield and Mrs. Thob. Christiansen, th<S Jailer of Riiigsted, arc spending several days in lola, Wisconsin, with Mr. and Mrs, -Ernest Christiansen and family. The TReeS* fields and Mrs. Christiansen are parents of the Ernest Christian- sens. The group attended the high school graduation in Tola and the. college graduation iat Stevens Points of their grandsons. ' ~ Recent guests of the Clarence Underwoods were Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall. Mrs. UnderWodd has returned from Iowa City where she had surgery. Mrs. Richard Goetsch, Agnes Goetsch, Mrs. Rita Eigler spent Monday as guests of Ms. Nell Oarlyle, Whittemore. Mrs. Florence Behne spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Merle Nelson, Rockford. ,She attended the wedding Saturday of her niece, Marilyn Peters, in the Methodist Church, Nora Springs. Miss Peters is a student nurse in Allen Memorial Schools of Nursing, Waterloo, and will be graduated in the fall. Mrs. Nel- son Is a steter of- Mrs, Mr. and_M«, Hichard McC«iy "• ' - _ 6f ''Battle? . ; to visit Mrs. McCarty's , and Mrs. ,Charlesi Ne^ei iMd diner- relatives; 'and friends. Mf. McCarty fetUffied Sundayj McGai'ty and boys remained for several days, Mft MtCarty, is a rural carrier <at Hartley. A Sub-Distrlet Methodist Youth Fellowship Rally will be held in the Fenton 'Methodist Church, Sunday, June 4, beginning at 3:00 p.m. Eighteen church fellowships will attend. During the afterrto,o* officers will be installed, Trudy Huskamp, Fenton, being installed as president. A shower is being held Tuesday, June 6,, in the Seneca gym for Margaret Fischer, daughter of the Delmar ^Fischers of Lone Rock, who soon wiUntaJry Larry Menz, son of the Clarence' Menzes, Fenton/?' • Friday afternoon and evening, June 2, the Methodist Youth FeK lowship will have their Planning Retreat to schedule and plan the various projects and Work for the coming church yeaf. The evening meal will be a picnic in the park, weather permitting. Mr. and Mrs. George Murphy and' family spent the weekend in Illinois visiting an ftttnt of Mf. Murphy's who is ill. Mr, and Mrs. Paul *• Eteler. 'acjfiBnipanletr them ds far as Davenport and visited their daughter and, son- in^law, Mf.-attd Mrs. Kay RttSke. Mr. Ritske is employed there by a sporting.goods company. , f ' —:—-t-" • \ Hdmertidkers Met The PlUm Creek Homemokers met May 24 at the home of Mrs. Edgar Keith., with Mrs. Walter Campney, Mrs. Walter Mescher and Mrs. Ditane Hackett as as^ slstttmt hostesses. 'Inspiration was given by Mrs. Hollis Benschoter and lessons were given by Mrs Jtonald Gardner and' Mrs, Scarce Kain A quiz follbwed. The June meeting will be Jteldi-fttrtte cm* mimiiy room June 28.. Mrs. Phil. Diamond will show ia film on cancer. J, A.,(Bud) Riggs of Oakland is recovering from burns he suffered recently when the car he was wot king on at his body and fender shop exploded setting him on fire. 1 TYPEWRITERS, all pop Ilia* makes and at competitive prices. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. across from new Municipal parking lot. OPEN FOR BUSINESS JUNE 6 Jiidp Beauty Shop Lone Rock, Iowa Phone WA 5-3720 GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW Around The P -- - •' » ' . - . ' / ; • . . . • , •. Town and Country ^oniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiinii HHIIMllinHIIIIII! Joe Bradley Equipment , South Hotel Algonn Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires Oliver Masiey-Harrli ' Alllc-Chalmen CMC Trucks Flieiion* TlMl Phone CY 4-2431 Algona YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR Bronson Building Service "Try Us And You'll Like Us" Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints LONE ROCK By Mrs Darry! Householder • MILL WORK - Builders' Hardware Tools KLINE Tanks & REDWOOD Tanks N. of Jet. Hwys. 18 & 169 Algona - CY 4-4369 Illlllllil Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery Both Quality And Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On CNW Tracks. Phone CY 4-3561 Algona Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Christcn- sen and family of Belgrade, Minnesota, came to aliund the firud- uation exercises of Susan Montgomery and Ki-rmit Krueger Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krucger entertained several friends and relatives Wednesday evening following commencement in honor 01 their son, Kermil's graduation. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lee entertained the following guests for their daughter, Susan's graduation Sunday evening following baccalaureate: Mr. and Mrs. Lc- roy Bras, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones, Mr. Lou Paulsen, Mr. ana Mrs. Erich Seegebarth, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Blanchard and Molley, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kraft and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Kermit, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Meyer of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Madison, Carol Jahannesen, IVCarilyn Bellinger, Agnes and Reuben Olson of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Householder were Saturday visitors in the Wayne Decker home at Algona. Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales & Service n II Phone CY 4-3501 Algona Irons Heaving & Plumbing ' ' '• '• "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumbing - Sb»«i CM or oil unit* Pump« W«l»t Syvtfnup CompUt* Fbciuitl Phon* CY 4-H« Algoa* Robinson Construction Company, pictured above in a new location, has successfully served this area in farm, commercial and residential construction since 1945. J'ha company began 15 years ago in the home of owner E. E. (Bud) Robinson. It later moved to Diagonal Street, and in a few years, the expanding business moved to larger quarters on North Main Street. July 1, the company moved again, this time in a beautiful, newly constructed building east on Highway 18, built and designed by Bud to meet the requirements of a rapidly growing business. Robinson Construction! Company, since its very beginning, has made every effort to do the best possible in workmanship and uses only the finest quality materials. The company takes pride in cooper ating with the customer to see that the finished job is what he wants and expects. The quality of materials and expert workmanship done by this company can be seen in many of the finer homes in Algona. ..," ^. In January, 1960, Robinson Construction was selected as'distributor of Sioux Steel Buildings for this area. This line is seeing rapid growth on fatms in this area. Bud invites you to come in and see what can be done with steel, $&v:,- ; } I<&**.•,;$k) <> , I If you are planning to build, remodel or redecorate in the future, see Robinson Construction Company of Algona for the finest work that can be done. Here you will find friendly, efficient personnel cooperating with you in every way to see that you get no less than the best. YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR •^r^f^f~*s-L,n^^s-*-f^r*^-^*^~*f*^~^f^*^nj^^^-^^ >^v^N^ 1 ^^^xx^xxx^N^v^%^•.^%^vr^^^^N^^^^^x^N^xx^^x^N^^lX^^^x^^w^^xx^x^.^^xNJ Meet Ellsworth Brandow, Algona Ellsworth Brandow. this week's Country Neighbor, has lived his entire life on the same farm — and that covers the past 38 years. Ellsworth and his family live on the farm owned by his parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Brandow. Algona, four miles west and l s /4 miles south of Algona. Mr Brandow, who has farmed the 160-acre layout for the past 18 years, follows a generalized farm practice, His 1961 planting was completed recently and included 70 acres of corn, 30 acres of oats and 30 acres of beans. He also has 17 acres of pasture land. Animal-wise, Ellsworth raises cattle and hogs. He has 18 feeder cattle end normally raises from 150-200 feeder pigs each year. His favorite farm chores are taking care of cattle and working with corn, / #' He was born Jan. 24, 1923 here and received his high school education at Algona high school, graduating in 1940. His wife is the former Eleanor Fraser, daughter of the late Joe Fraser end Mrs Mildred Fraser who lives in Algona. She. and Ellsworth actually met when both families lived on neighboring farms, but they became *eriovj», about each other at a favorite meeting place here, Behlmer's Candy Kitchen. i The Brandows have four children of their own, Terry, 17, and Rhonda, 15, who will be juniors at Algona high this fall, Cindy, 5. who will begin kindergarten this fall, and Tommy, 3. Ellsworth U also legal guardian of « nephew. Roger, J§, who will also be a junior at AfiS. He makes his home with the Brandows. Ellsworth has two brothers, Kenneth, an Algons farmer, and Lloyd. Fort Podge, and a sister, Mr» Harvey Lone Rock, (UPM Polaroid Phoio-EingraviiBgJ WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR Kelley Lumber Co. "Ova Business Is Building" • LUMBER • PAINT • CEMENT . W* Aim to F1*»M N«ar MUwauk«» Depot - Algona iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiii'uiuuiuiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiHiw Beecher Lane Appliances Th« FAMOUS HAMES <3r«0t You" In TELEVISION WtiilnghouM In APPLIANCES WeillnghouM . Frlgldmlr* YoungitowB Phone CY 4-U11 Algonrn Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Mpline - Kelly-Ryan - Papee New Idea Farm Machinery 4) Friendly k Courteous Always N. M«In 8t, Phone CY 4-3451 Cullen Hardware Your" Our Own "Hardware Stpw" A Complete line Of • Housewaret • Tooli • Bldg. Supplie* Phone CY 4.4630 ALGONA I Robinson Construction Co. Sioux Steel guildings Construction For il*e, strength, .^W9 We and ease l|9f building, insist on «. SIQtfX Another advancement ii| easier farming. B. B. Robinson TM| On Hwy. 18 hone CY 4-3374

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